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They are very good glass formers with T g - 300K to 600K. The most unusual property of these materials, however, is that although the fermi energy is found to be pinned by gap states, no electron spin resonance (ESR) is observed! Moreover, there is no variable range hopping. Furthermore, these materials exhibit a variety of photo-induced phenomena, including an ESR signal, photoluminescence with a large Stokes shift, and below-band-gap absorption. In order to explain these strange phenomena, Anderson 17 postulated a very novel idea.

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