I currently have a problem with having 2 small peaks, normally from what I would recall would correspond to 2 fully substituted carbons. (The molecule I have predicted is ethyl-3-bromobenzoate) With one carbon fully substitued at the '3 position of the benzene, the carbon of the carbonyl group, and the carbon of '1 position of benzene fully substituted with the carbon group, wouldn't there be 3 small peaks? The calculation I do for the individual resonances come out perfectly; however, one of the problems is that the '1 carbon of benzene is shown as a peak with high intensity. My question is is it possible for a carbon fully substitued in a benzene ring to have a high resonance? Thanks.