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One of the most fundamental problems of biology is how energy is transduced in living systems. It is a problem that has fascinated and absorbed a great many distinguished chemists, biochemists and physicists. I believe we have reached a stage in the development of our knowledge of the mechanism of energy transduction which now permits us to see the direction which leads to the final solution. It is with this development that I shall be concerned in this evening's lecture.
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