## Conjugated Conducting Polymers |

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. 74 ) can be considered as q = 0 response functions to , respectively , external

electric and magnetic fields . These q = 0 response functions are only weakly ...

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**Correlation**Functions Both the kinetic energy ( 2 . 72 ) and the susceptibility ( 2. 74 ) can be considered as q = 0 response functions to , respectively , external

electric and magnetic fields . These q = 0 response functions are only weakly ...

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186 G . W . Hayden , E . J . Mele :

conjugated polymers . Phys . Rev . B 34 , 5484 - 5497 ( 1986 ) 2 . 187 E . J . Mele

, G . W . Hayden : Self - localized excitations in conjugated polymers . Synth . Met

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186 G . W . Hayden , E . J . Mele :

**Correlation**effects and excited states inconjugated polymers . Phys . Rev . B 34 , 5484 - 5497 ( 1986 ) 2 . 187 E . J . Mele

, G . W . Hayden : Self - localized excitations in conjugated polymers . Synth . Met

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In solids there are usually different modes with different

it is often useful to distinguish them by their different q vectors : g ( q , t ) = < Sq ( t

) S - 40 ) . ( 5 . 1 . 25 ) Since the spin resonance is a local property we arrive at ...

In solids there are usually different modes with different

**correlation**functions andit is often useful to distinguish them by their different q vectors : g ( q , t ) = < Sq ( t

) S - 40 ) . ( 5 . 1 . 25 ) Since the spin resonance is a local property we arrive at ...

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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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