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The thermoelectric

independent for weak or no doping (Fig. 3.8). Its decrease at higher doping levels

runs parallel with a more and more pronounced temperature dependence. Above

y x ...

The thermoelectric

**coefficient**S was found to be high and temperatureindependent for weak or no doping (Fig. 3.8). Its decrease at higher doping levels

runs parallel with a more and more pronounced temperature dependence. Above

y x ...

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In the discussion of electric transport properties, reference is made to the electric

conductivity and its dependence on temperature, frequency, dopant

concentration and material, and to the thermoelectric

the ...

In the discussion of electric transport properties, reference is made to the electric

conductivity and its dependence on temperature, frequency, dopant

concentration and material, and to the thermoelectric

**coefficient**. In many casesthe ...

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Since the narrow dynamic time-resolved ESR line yields the diffusion

at room temperature within an order of magnitude of [5.107], it is implied that

even at room temperature a finite number of pinned defects would contribute to

the ...

Since the narrow dynamic time-resolved ESR line yields the diffusion

**coefficient**at room temperature within an order of magnitude of [5.107], it is implied that

even at room temperature a finite number of pinned defects would contribute to

the ...

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### Contents

Introduction | 1 |

An Overview of the Theory of Conjugated Polymers | 7 |

References | 114 |

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