## Conjugated Conducting Polymers |

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3 ) and solve this many - body problem approximately and ( 2 ) model

properties of which can hopefully be obtained in an accurate and controlled

manner . 2 . 2 .

3 ) and solve this many - body problem approximately and ( 2 ) model

**calculations**which replace ( 2 . 3 ) by a simpler , parametrized Hamiltonian , theproperties of which can hopefully be obtained in an accurate and controlled

manner . 2 . 2 .

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Here the large ( 2N - fold ) spin degeneracy renders the

[ 2 . 136 , 148 ] . Although

be immediately relevant to t - conjugated polymers , they are nonetheless very ...

Here the large ( 2N - fold ) spin degeneracy renders the

**calculations**non - trivial .[ 2 . 136 , 148 ] . Although

**calculations**performed in this limit are not expected tobe immediately relevant to t - conjugated polymers , they are nonetheless very ...

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Similar negative spin densities appear also in Hartree – Fock

126 ] , INDO

functional method [ 5 . 128 ] . A detailed discussion of electron - electron

correlation is ...

Similar negative spin densities appear also in Hartree – Fock

**calculations**( 5 .126 ] , INDO

**calculations**( 5 . 127 ] and**calculations**based on the densityfunctional method [ 5 . 128 ] . A detailed discussion of electron - electron

correlation is ...

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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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