I've got an NH2 at the end of the chain, rather than an NH in the middle? SO the chain reads: CH2, C=O, NH2
I only see 4 chemically different carbon environments, the C=O, CH2, C on the benzene ring attached to CH2 and one of the other carbons on the ring. Is this right, or wrong? Im doing an analytical chemistry problem question. We are provided with the mass spec, 1H nmr, C13 nmr and IR, and an elemental analysis, and have to deduce a structure.
Phenylethanamide fits all the other spectra, but I cant make it fit the C13 NMR which displays 6 peaks.