Spin states

Discussion of an open problem

Quantum mechanics rears its head in many places and one of them is inorganic chemistry, where the electronic spin associated with unpaired electrons has a profound influence. This was the topic of the 2012 CECAM workshop.

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Costas, M., Harvey, J. Discussion of an open problem. Nature Chem 5, 7–9 (2013). https://doi.org/10.1038/nchem.1533

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