Hi, I am currently working with a SQUID magnetometer and I am having trouble comparing my experimental results to theoretical. What I would like to do is convert the output of the SQUID which is in EMU to the number of Bohr Magnetons/ion. My understanding is that EMU is the sum of all magnetic moments in the sample. My calculation so far has been (SQUID output)x(Molar mass of magnetic atom) / NAμB(sample mass) I always end up with a Bohr magneton/ion less than 1, about 0.2-0.6. I think there is something I am missing or not understanding correctly. Any help would be appreciated.