1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data I'm trying to interpret an H-NMR of NiCl2 (dppe) and am trying to match the peaks in the aromatic region. 2. Relevant equations 3. The attempt at a solution http://[URL=http://s350.photobucket.com/user/remerril/media/hnmr_zpseljx6e8x.png.html][ATTACH=full]200208[/ATTACH] I think that the hydrogens at positions A and A' prime are the peak with an integration of 1 and the hydrogens at B, B', and C are the peak with an integration of 1.5280. since the hydrogens at D and D' are causing the 0.4992 peak, the numbers of hydrogens match up. If this is true, why are the hydrogens at A and A' at a higher chemical shift than the others?