IR Spectral Interpretation Workshop, Quiz 10

This quiz is a regular feature of the “IR Spectral Interpretation Workshop” column. In each installment, we present a quiz. The answers appear in the subsequent installment. (For previous quiz questions and answers, click here.)
What we teach in each installment should help you answer the quiz questions. 
Good luck and happy interpreting!

Quiz 10:

Your latest interpretation problem is seen in the figure below. Using the information provided here and what you have learned from previous columns, try to determine the complete chemical structure of this pure compound. At minimum try to determine whether this is an alcohol, and if it is, what type it is. Here's a hint: To make life easier, assume the peak at 2872 is at 2855.
The infrared spectrum of a liquid measured as a capillary thin film (hint: to make your life easier, assume the peak at 2872 is at 2855).
Table: Assignments for new problem spectrum
Peak Assignment
3334 ?
3029 ?
2930 ?
"2855" ?
1495 ?
1453 ?
1019 ?
736 ?
697 ?


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