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... . The wide range of behavior found in metal oxides is due in part to the presence of strong interactions between metal d electrons and oxygen p electrons and a delicate balance between nearly energetically equivalent electronic configurations that involve coupling between electronic, 169
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... When one of the elements is a magnetic rare-earth or actinide metal (e.g., cerium and uranium) , such crystalline systems embody the concentrated limit of the Kondo effect, in which the conduction electron forms a pair with the magnetic ion in a lattice periodic fashion.
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