## Conjugated Conducting Polymers |

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Preface Chen 7057866 dren 8 - 16492 This book reviews the current

understanding of electronic , optical and magnetic

polymers in both the semiconducting and metallic states . It introduces in

particular novel ...

Preface Chen 7057866 dren 8 - 16492 This book reviews the current

understanding of electronic , optical and magnetic

**properties**of conjugatedpolymers in both the semiconducting and metallic states . It introduces in

particular novel ...

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deliberate . First , the theoretical concepts are presented in order to convey to the

reader the new ideas which had to be introduced in order to describe the ...

**properties**( Chap . 5 ) of conducting polymers . The sequence of the chapters isdeliberate . First , the theoretical concepts are presented in order to convey to the

reader the new ideas which had to be introduced in order to describe the ...

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The nonlinear

polymers exhibit high coefficients for third harmonic generation and also because

basic information on the coupling is obtainable from such results . Finally

experimental ...

The nonlinear

**properties**are also mentioned briefly because conjugatedpolymers exhibit high coefficients for third harmonic generation and also because

basic information on the coupling is obtainable from such results . Finally

experimental ...

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### Contents

Introduction | 1 |

An Overview of the Theory of rConjugated Polymers | 7 |

Charge Transport in Polymers | 135 |

Copyright | |

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