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Hydrogen falls into line

Hydrogen ions, both positive and negative, have a pervasive influence on the properties of materials and solutions. A unified picture of the behaviour of these ions has now been drawn.

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Martin, R., Galli, G. Hydrogen falls into line. Nature 423, 595–596 (2003). https://doi.org/10.1038/423595a

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