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By Professor Peter Day FRS, Professor Noel Hush FRS and Professor Robin Clark FRS
Mixed valency is widespread in chemistry, from superconductors to minerals, magnetic molecular clusters and even enzymes. It occurs when the same chemical element is found in two different oxidation states in the same molecule or solid.
In the fortieth year after the first efforts to understand the phenomenon at a fundamental level, this meeting brings physicists, chemists and biologists together to discuss and evaluate the latest theories and examples of this ubiquitous and fascinating effect.
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