## Conjugated Conducting Polymers |

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Since the resulting momentum space band levels are extended Bloch states , the

localized regime for dominant Coulomb interactions cannot adequately be

described and the band structure approach is thus best

weak ...

Since the resulting momentum space band levels are extended Bloch states , the

localized regime for dominant Coulomb interactions cannot adequately be

described and the band structure approach is thus best

**applied**to the limit ofweak ...

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177 , 178 ] ) provides a detailed prescription for treating these divergences and

for summing to all orders a subset of perturbation theory diagrams . g - ology has

been widely

177 , 178 ] ) provides a detailed prescription for treating these divergences and

for summing to all orders a subset of perturbation theory diagrams . g - ology has

been widely

**applied**to the full range of quasi - one - dimensional electronic ...Page 221

Transitions between these levels are excited by

) = B , cos wt perpendicular to B , at frequency w near the Larmor frequency w , to

a coil or cavity . In the standard CW ( continuous wave ) technique , the ...

Transitions between these levels are excited by

**applying**a time varying field Bj ( t) = B , cos wt perpendicular to B , at frequency w near the Larmor frequency w , to

a coil or cavity . In the standard CW ( continuous wave ) technique , the ...

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### Contents

Introduction | 1 |

An Overview of the Theory of rConjugated Polymers | 7 |

References | 114 |

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