1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data I'm am trying to find out the magnetic susceptibility,XM in order to calculate the number of unpaired electrons in Mn(acac)3 via the Evans Method 2. Relevant equations XM = (477) Δv/(Qv1C) XM= X'm+ XM(metal)+ XM (ligands) Where X'M is the magnetic susceptibilty of just the unpaired electrons. Δv is the frequency difference between the two chloroform peaks, 648.2 MHz (7.2722 ppm-5.6517 ppm)*400 MHz Q=2 because a superconducting NMR was used v1 is the frequency of the NMR, 400MHz and c is the molarity of the solution used, 0.0948M X'MT=(1/8)n(n+2) where n is number of unpaired electrons 3. The attempt at a solution The XM I calculated is 4179.1878. I have nothing to base the accuracy of this off of. the XM (metal) = 511. THis was for elemental Mn. I couldn't find anything for Mn(III) so this might be the problem. And from the lab manual the XM(ligands) is 3*52 Solving for X'M I got 3512.1878 This gives an unpaired electron count of of nearly 3,000 so this cannot be correct. Any help is greatly appreciated.