Problem: A compound with the formula C8H10O produces six signals in its 13C NMR spectrum. The 1H NMR spectrum is tabulated below. Provide an unambiguous structural formula for the compound from the data provided.  1.19 ppm (3H triplet) 2.58 ppm (2H quartet) 4.65 ppm (1H broad singlet) 6.70 ppm (2H doublet) 7.05 ppm (2H doublet)

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A compound with the formula C8H10O produces six signals in its 13C NMR spectrum. The 1H NMR spectrum is tabulated below. Provide an unambiguous structural formula for the compound from the data provided. 

1.19 ppm (3H triplet)

2.58 ppm (2H quartet)

4.65 ppm (1H broad singlet)

6.70 ppm (2H doublet)

7.05 ppm (2H doublet)

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