Inspired by Nils Schlörers "Problem of the month" this problem set tries to focus on some topics that require a little bit more in the way of description or explanation. These include isotope patterns, chirality, deceptively simple spectra, complex multiplet patterns, unexpected magnetic inequivalency, and more.
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