Double peak (instead of single) NMR spectroscopy


by haibane90
Tags: double, peak, single, spectroscopy
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Jan14-13, 02:28 PM
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Hey guys,

I ran an NMR experiment on a small water sample and got 2 peaks instead of one. What could be the source? Any electronic/external factors would only broaden the peak. Both peaks are the same magnitude and are centered around 0, where I would expect a single peak

Any thoughts would help.
Thanks
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