# NMR N+1 Rule and # of peaks?

Using the N+1 Rule for finding multiplicities, I found that the number of adjacent protons for my problem came out to be 7, which meant that there would be 8 peaks.
My question is, is there a limit on how many peaks there are in NMR? My textbook only gives me examples of signals up to 7 peaks, so I'm...
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Using the N+1 Rule for finding multiplicities, I found that the number of adjacent protons for my problem came out to be 7, which meant that there would be 8 peaks.

My question is, is there a limit on how many peaks there are in NMR? My textbook only gives me examples of signals up to 7 peaks, so I'm unsure.

Here's what I'm working with: (CH3)2CHCH(CH3)2

My question is, is there a limit on how many peaks there are in NMR? My textbook only gives me examples of signals up to 7 peaks, so I'm unsure.

Here's what I'm working with: (CH3)2CHCH(CH3)2

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