## Conjugated Conducting Polymers |

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equilibrium

results for the

that the spin - charge relationships of the

equilibrium

**polaron**is determined by the self - consistency equation ( 2 . ... Theresults for the

**polarons**in trans - ( CH ) , are summarized in Fig . 2 . ... Notice alsothat the spin - charge relationships of the

**polaron**are conventional ( Table 2 . 2 ) .Page 108

An important question is the extent to which solitons or

one chain to another . Given their topological nature , individual solitons cannot

hop to adjacent chains , and joint hopping is a process with very small probability

.

An important question is the extent to which solitons or

**polarons**can move fromone chain to another . Given their topological nature , individual solitons cannot

hop to adjacent chains , and joint hopping is a process with very small probability

.

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It is evident , however , that transport of solitons ,

unperturbed segments of the chain cannot be investigated by conductivity

measurements at dc or low frequencies . Frequencies in the upper GHz range

are ...

It is evident , however , that transport of solitons ,

**polarons**or bipolarons withinunperturbed segments of the chain cannot be investigated by conductivity

measurements at dc or low frequencies . Frequencies in the upper GHz range

are ...

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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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