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Similarly , bipolarons with a

antikink ) smaller than about 6 – 7 lattice constants are unstable . If

a larger distance , bipolarons can exist , but with a small binding energy of the

order kt ...

Similarly , bipolarons with a

**separation**distance of the two charges ( kink -antikink ) smaller than about 6 – 7 lattice constants are unstable . If

**separated**bya larger distance , bipolarons can exist , but with a small binding energy of the

order kt ...

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It can often be

dependence . This

conductors , where Xo does show a weak dependence . The basis of magnetic

resonance ...

It can often be

**separated**into Xc and Xp on the basis of its temperaturedependence . This

**separation**is somewhat more difficult in narrow bandwidthconductors , where Xo does show a weak dependence . The basis of magnetic

resonance ...

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205 , 206 ] is that of two exchange - coupled spins ( polarons ) exhibiting singlet

and triplet states with their

antiferromagnetic ( singlet ) if I < 0 . The statistical nature of the distribution of the

...

205 , 206 ] is that of two exchange - coupled spins ( polarons ) exhibiting singlet

and triplet states with their

**separation**equal to – 2J . Here the ground state isantiferromagnetic ( singlet ) if I < 0 . The statistical nature of the distribution of the

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### Contents

Introduction | 1 |

An Overview of the Theory of rConjugated Polymers | 7 |

References | 114 |

Copyright | |

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