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High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! Sir Nevill Francis Mott, CH, FRS (30 September 1905 ? 8 August 1996) was an English physicist. He won the Nobel Prize for Physics in 1977 for his work on the electronic structure of magnetic and disordered systems. The award was shared with Philip W. Anderson and J. H. Van Vleck, who had pursued independent research.Mott was born in Leeds to Lilian Mary Reynolds and Charles Francis Mott. and grew up first in the village of Giggleswick, in the West Riding of Yorkshire, where his father was Senior Science Master at the local school. It was a generally secular childhood. The family moved (due to his father´s jobs) first to Staffordshire, then to Chester and finally Liverpool, where his father had been appointed Director of Education. Mott was at first educated at home by his mother, who was a Cambridge Mathematics Tripos graduate. His parents had actually met in the Cavendish Laboratory, when both engaged in Physics research. At ten years of age he began formal education at Clifton College in Bristol, then at St. John´s College, Cambridge.
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