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Hubbard model , it is necessary to go to second order in U to see the

enhancement of

167 ] . A real space renormalization group approach [ 2 . 185 ] combines both

analytical and ...

Hubbard model , it is necessary to go to second order in U to see the

enhancement of

**dimerization**, since there is no effect of U alone in first order [ 2 .167 ] . A real space renormalization group approach [ 2 . 185 ] combines both

analytical and ...

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126 , 135 , 136 ] . Here the 2 - A , becomes simply a spin - wave excitation , which

is gapless in the limit of no

must involve a charge excitation , which will be at energy U →00 ( recall Sect . 2 .

126 , 135 , 136 ] . Here the 2 - A , becomes simply a spin - wave excitation , which

is gapless in the limit of no

**dimerization**and U + 00 , while the optical ' B , statemust involve a charge excitation , which will be at energy U →00 ( recall Sect . 2 .

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One may thus wonder whether the

all . Both numerical and analytical calculations [ 2 . 161 - 163 , 394 – 397 ] show

that the long - range order of the

...

One may thus wonder whether the

**dimerization**survives quantum fluctuations atall . Both numerical and analytical calculations [ 2 . 161 - 163 , 394 – 397 ] show

that the long - range order of the

**dimerization**does persist . The effect of quantum...

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Introduction | 1 |

An Overview of the Theory of rConjugated Polymers | 7 |

Charge Transport in Polymers | 135 |

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