Objective1. Be able to use your knowledge and understanding of important concepts and topics discussed in Weeks 1 – 6 to analyze a compound of your choice.2. To use your knowledge and understanding of important concepts and topics discussed in Week 1 – 6 to contribute to the discussion board.BackgroundThe purpose of this discussion posting is to illustrate how the molecular formula of a compound can be used in obtaining structural information from that formula. The molecular formula and molecular structure can provide the student with a plethora of information regarding spectra information.Assignment1. For this discussion, you are asked once again to select organic compound from your text book or one that you found on the list of ingredients from a product in your home or select your favorite organic compound.2. The compound of your choice must be an organic compound. Please make sure you are able to answer the following questions regarding the compound of your choice. You may have difficulty answering the questions below if your compound of choice is complex. In this case, the simpler the better.3. Using your knowledge or the material covered in Weeks 1 – 6, your text books and the Internet answer the following questions regarding your compound. What is the name and structure of your compound? What is the major function group in your compound (Hint: Look at the ending of the name of your compound for a hint). List all of the other functional groups present in your compound. What is the HDI (Hydrogen Deficiency Index) for your compound? How many sets of non-equivalent protons are present in your compound? What would be the multiplicity of each set of non-equivalent protons in your compound (singlet, doublet, etc.)? How many peaks would you predict would appear in the Carbon-13 NMR spectrum? Which carbon atom in your compound would you predict would be the farthest downfield in your C-13 Spectrum? Pick at least two functional groups present in your compound and describe where they would appear in the IR spectrum of this compound. What would be the m/z value for the molecular ion peak of your compound?4. Remember to site your sources in APA style. Anything you post has to be rewritten in your own words. Do not cut and paste from another source and claim it as your own. Any posting that contains information word for word from another site will be considered to be plagiarized and will receive a grade of zero. Plagiarism is a violation of the Academic Integrity Statement and will be dealt with on an individual basis.5. Respond to at least two other students.6. Contribute to an ongoing discussion by responding to comments made to your posting or to comments made by other students to other postings.