Obtain by product - contain neither sulfur nor oxygen atom, Chemistry

A student attempting to sulfonate styrene (vinyl benzene) obtains a by product that contains neither sulfur nor oxygen atoms. Efforts to nitrate styrene yield identical results. Of the 2 diastereomers of this product identified by GC, one is crystallized and characterized. Its IR spectrum features prominent bands at 3050, 2950, 1615, and 1500 cm-1, and its 1H and 13C NMR spectra are summarized below. Identify the product, assign its NMR and IR signals to the corresponding protons and bonds, and propose a mechanism for its formation. (You do not need to determine or explain the stereo chemical configuration.)

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