I've been given this NMR along with the IR and Mass Spec and assigned the task of figuring out the unknown compound. I know that it is cyclohexanol and by analysing the NMR I know that the peak at around 2.8 is the OH and the peak around 3.6 is the deshielded CH. However I can't pair up the other protons and the peaks between 1-2 ppm. I know that the difference between the peaks/protons is their vicinity to the OH group.
My questions is: Is there any way to do the integral of the points lying between 1-2 ppm. This will be useful as I think that the peak at around 1.3 ppm represents more protons than the others. Also could the peaks be different due axial and equatorial protons resonating at different frequencies, or would the temperature
Or is there a better way to pair up the peaks between 1-2 ppm and the remaining protons in the cyclic.