## Conjugated Conducting Polymers |

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177 , 178 ] ) provides a detailed prescription for treating these divergences and

for summing to all orders a subset of perturbation theory diagrams . g - ology has

been widely

177 , 178 ] ) provides a detailed prescription for treating these divergences and

for summing to all orders a subset of perturbation theory diagrams . g - ology has

been widely

**applied**to the full range of quasi - one - dimensional electronic ...Page 221

Transitions between these levels are excited by

) = B , cos wt perpendicular to B , at frequency w near the Larmor frequency w , to

a coil or cavity . In the standard CW ( continuous wave ) technique , the ...

Transitions between these levels are excited by

**applying**a time varying field B ( t) = B , cos wt perpendicular to B , at frequency w near the Larmor frequency w , to

a coil or cavity . In the standard CW ( continuous wave ) technique , the ...

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The double resonance techniques discussed here can also be

nuclear spin systems , although there the effect is not that dramatic . Other

schemes , to be discussed next , have therefore been developed for nuclear

spins . 5 . 1 .

The double resonance techniques discussed here can also be

**applied**to purenuclear spin systems , although there the effect is not that dramatic . Other

schemes , to be discussed next , have therefore been developed for nuclear

spins . 5 . 1 .

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Introduction | 1 |

An Overview of the Theory of rConjugated Polymers | 7 |

References | 114 |

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