## Conjugated Conducting Polymers |

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The total energy of the electrons thus is a functional of the nuclear coordinates ;

when this energy is added as a potential energy to H . - n , the resulting

this ...

The total energy of the electrons thus is a functional of the nuclear coordinates ;

when this energy is added as a potential energy to H . - n , the resulting

**Hamiltonian**then depends only on the nuclear coordinates Rq . In a second stepthis ...

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of the interactions in the model

values of the parameters in these models is ... can calculate the ground state and

low - lying excitations for small systems both for the microscopic

of the interactions in the model

**Hamiltonians**fairly reliably , derivation of thevalues of the parameters in these models is ... can calculate the ground state and

low - lying excitations for small systems both for the microscopic

**Hamiltonian**( 2 .Page 56

... dimensional Hubbard

terms , a tight - binding

Heisenberg spin

... dimensional Hubbard

**Hamiltonian**decomposes into two mutually independentterms , a tight - binding

**Hamiltonian**for N spinless fermions on N , sites and aHeisenberg spin

**Hamiltonian**with a density - dependent exchange integral J [ 2 .### What people are saying - Write a review

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### Contents

Introduction | 1 |

An Overview of the Theory of rConjugated Polymers | 7 |

References | 114 |

Copyright | |

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