## Conjugated Conducting Polymers |

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corresponding to a constant

. 1 - / 2 ( 2 . 33 ) п do - 2p0 = = 0 . From ( 2 . 29 ) the equilibrium

determined by the solution to dV dt ( 2 . 34 ) dr The length r , can be identified ...

corresponding to a constant

**bond**order 1 1 / 2 2 < Pw + 1 ) = Po = - 1 dk cos k = -. 1 - / 2 ( 2 . 33 ) п do - 2p0 = = 0 . From ( 2 . 29 ) the equilibrium

**bond**length ro isdetermined by the solution to dV dt ( 2 . 34 ) dr The length r , can be identified ...

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To attempt to determine an unbiased estimate of 1 for use in the Peierls -

Hubbard Hamiltonian we first notice that the ratio between

length , derived in Sect . 2 . 3 for the Hückel model , remains exactly the same for

the ...

To attempt to determine an unbiased estimate of 1 for use in the Peierls -

Hubbard Hamiltonian we first notice that the ratio between

**bond**order and**bond**length , derived in Sect . 2 . 3 for the Hückel model , remains exactly the same for

the ...

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The reason for this coexistence of the BOW and the SDW is implicit in the valence

explicitly , since apart from providing physical insight into the BOW and SDW ...

The reason for this coexistence of the BOW and the SDW is implicit in the valence

**bond**description of broken symmetry [ 2 . 155 , 173 , 204 ] . Here we discuss itexplicitly , since apart from providing physical insight into the BOW and SDW ...

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### Contents

Introduction | 1 |

An Overview of the Theory of rConjugated Polymers | 7 |

Charge Transport in Polymers | 135 |

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