## Conjugated conducting polymers |

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The position of the

distribution on the gap states. If the

edge by doping, the material becomes metallic and its conductivity does not

vanish at absolute ...

The position of the

**Fermi**level is essentially determined by the chargedistribution on the gap states. If the

**Fermi**level is shifted beyond the mobilityedge by doping, the material becomes metallic and its conductivity does not

vanish at absolute ...

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In amorphous inorganic materials, typical values of T0, as derived from

experiments, are of the order of 108 K. When the density of states near the

level is not constant, but varies quadratically, the temperature exponent changes

from 1/4 ...

In amorphous inorganic materials, typical values of T0, as derived from

experiments, are of the order of 108 K. When the density of states near the

**Fermi**level is not constant, but varies quadratically, the temperature exponent changes

from 1/4 ...

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On the other hand, when the electronic spins are delocalized and form energy

bands with a finite density of states at the

electrons within a range kBT of the

On the other hand, when the electronic spins are delocalized and form energy

bands with a finite density of states at the

**Fermi**level, as in a metal, only thoseelectrons within a range kBT of the

**Fermi**level contribute to the susceptibility.### What people are saying - Write a review

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### Contents

Introduction | 1 |

An Overview of the Theory of Conjugated Polymers | 7 |

References | 114 |

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