## Conjugated Conducting Polymers |

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The conductivity stays high at a constant

the GHz range . At higher frequencies ... From the magneto - resistance

measured on a Corbino disc ,

. 02 m2 ...

The conductivity stays high at a constant

**value**for all frequencies extending intothe GHz range . At higher frequencies ... From the magneto - resistance

measured on a Corbino disc ,

**values**for the hole mobility of the order of 0 . 01 – 0. 02 m2 ...

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There is uncertainty in the

os of the chains ; ß can , e . g . , be in the range 90° - 100° and dg around 55o .

Projection of the crystal structure in the ab plane is shown in Fig . 5 . 7 .

There is uncertainty in the

**values**of the monoclinic angle B and the setting angleos of the chains ; ß can , e . g . , be in the range 90° - 100° and dg around 55o .

Projection of the crystal structure in the ab plane is shown in Fig . 5 . 7 .

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Although the quantum mechanical calculation of the chemical shift tensor is

rather involved and reliable theoretical

molecules , it is nevertheless an experimentally accessible quantity and helps to

...

Although the quantum mechanical calculation of the chemical shift tensor is

rather involved and reliable theoretical

**values**are difficult to obtain for largemolecules , it is nevertheless an experimentally accessible quantity and helps to

...

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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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