## Conjugated conducting polymers |

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2.2) between electrons in Wannier orbitals on all pairs of sites and hence can

model effects from strongly screened to pure

course, one does not introduce an infinite number of parameters but works either

...

2.2) between electrons in Wannier orbitals on all pairs of sites and hence can

model effects from strongly screened to pure

**Coulomb interactions**. In practice, ofcourse, one does not introduce an infinite number of parameters but works either

...

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and

determinations of f0. In this particular case three-dimensionality and Coulomb

repulsion have opposite effects on the apparent bandwidth, the former increasing

it, the latter ...

and

**Coulomb interactions**that ideally one would wish to exclude fromdeterminations of f0. In this particular case three-dimensionality and Coulomb

repulsion have opposite effects on the apparent bandwidth, the former increasing

it, the latter ...

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Secondly, one can assert that due to weaker solid state screening and

consequently stronger effective

CH)x, these materials are simply qualitatively different [2.176]. Since the

screening affects ...

Secondly, one can assert that due to weaker solid state screening and

consequently stronger effective

**Coulomb interactions**in the PDAs than in trans-(CH)x, these materials are simply qualitatively different [2.176]. Since the

screening affects ...

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### Contents

Introduction | 1 |

An Overview of the Theory of Conjugated Polymers | 7 |

References | 114 |

Copyright | |

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A.J. Heeger AsF5 atoms band band gap behaviour bipolarons bond alternation bond lengths calculations CH)x chain charged solitons Chem chemical shift coefficient conducting polymers configuration conjugated polymers correlation Coulomb interactions coupling Cryst decreases defects dependence dimerization discussed dopant dopant concentration doping doping levels e-e interactions effects electron spin electron-electron interactions electron-phonon ENDOR energy excitations exciton experimental finite polyenes frequency function Hamiltonian Hartree-Fock Heeger Hiickel hopping Hubbard model hyperfine interactions inter-chain kink lattice Lett linewidth magnetic Metals molecular neutral solitons nonlinear nuclear observed obtained one-dimensional optical absorption optical gap parameter peak Peierls Peierls-Hubbard model phonon Phys polarons polyacetylene polyenes polypyrrole polythiophene properties proton quantum quasi-particles Raman relaxation resonance Sect shown in Fig Solid State Commun soliton spectra spectrum spin density SSH model structure symmetry Synth temperature theoretical theory trans-(CH)x transition triplet valence bond values Vardeny