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 (mŭl′tə-plĕt′, -plĭt)
1. A spectral line having more than one component, representing slight variations in the energy states characteristic of an atom.
2. Any group of subatomic particles that are similar in most properties, but have different electric charges, such as the nucleons, which form a doublet, or the pions, which form a triplet.


(ˈmʌltɪˌplɛt; -plɪt)
1. (General Physics) a set of closely spaced lines in a spectrum, resulting from small differences between the energy levels of atoms or molecules
2. (General Physics) a group of related elementary particles that differ only in electric charge
[from multiple; on the model of doublet]
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30; basic multiplet type is given in parentheses; tyrosol and SID IV were measured at 250 MHz, the other compounds at 500 MHz.
In the 1H-NMR spectrum of compound 5 disclosed multiplet signals at d 3.
lb it is shifted and overlapped with the multiplet at 4.
where [delta] is the chemical shift in parts per million downfield from the tetramethylsilane standard, s is a singlet, d is a doublet, and m is a multiplet.
One proton at C-7 appeared as multiplet while the methylene protons of benzyl groups resonated as doublets in the region of 3.
In dye 6c 12H multiplet peaks are present in the aromatic region due to bNaphthol coupler and dye 6d represented 8H multiplet peaks because of aromatic protons groups present in the coupler in the aromatic region of the TMS scale.
Other thirteen aromatic protons registered an unresolved multiplet in the region [delta] 6.
Benzyl group substituted at N-atom of the parent sulfonamide demonstrated a multiplet ranging at d 7.
30 ppm which are characteristic of methylene group next to an asymmetric carbon atom having a single proton and a multiplet at 5.
The unresolved multiplet of the sugar moiety appeared between dH 3.

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