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Therefore the temperature

hopping occurs in localized tail states below the mobility edges , an exponential

Therefore the temperature

**dependence**is weak and only proportional to T . Ifhopping occurs in localized tail states below the mobility edges , an exponential

**dependence**on the temperature is expected . Sufficiently below w = 1 / 7 . ( 3 .Page 159

Its decrease at higher doping levels runs parallel with a more and more

pronounced temperature

coefficient S is smaller than 50 uV / K at room temperature , and shows a strong

temperature ...

Its decrease at higher doping levels runs parallel with a more and more

pronounced temperature

**dependence**. Above y = 0 . 01 the thermoelectriccoefficient S is smaller than 50 uV / K at room temperature , and shows a strong

temperature ...

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Due to much smaller spin - orbit couplings on AsF , ions , the linewidth in ( CH•

yAsFs ) x shows no linear

instead with increase in temperature [ 5 . 209 ] . Peak - to - peak linewidth of 6 ...

Due to much smaller spin - orbit couplings on AsF , ions , the linewidth in ( CH•

yAsFs ) x shows no linear

**dependence**on temperature ; the linewidth decreasesinstead with increase in temperature [ 5 . 209 ] . Peak - to - peak linewidth of 6 ...

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### Contents

Introduction | 1 |

An Overview of the Theory of rConjugated Polymers | 7 |

References | 114 |

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