## Conjugated conducting polymers |

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Hubbard model, it is necessary to go to second order in U to see the

enhancement of

2.167]. A real space renormalization group approach [2.185] combines both

analytical and ...

Hubbard model, it is necessary to go to second order in U to see the

enhancement of

**dimerization**, since there is no effect of U alone in first order [2.167]. A real space renormalization group approach [2.185] combines both

analytical and ...

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In particular, based on the observed

interactions are weak. Secondly, since e-e interactions enhance the

at fixed (small) A, it is possible to fit the observed bond alternation with a much ...

In particular, based on the observed

**dimerization**, one cannot assume that e-einteractions are weak. Secondly, since e-e interactions enhance the

**dimerization**at fixed (small) A, it is possible to fit the observed bond alternation with a much ...

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A simple estimate of the zero-point motion of the atoms about their classical

equilibrium positions shows that these excursions are of roughly the same order

as the classical

whether ...

A simple estimate of the zero-point motion of the atoms about their classical

equilibrium positions shows that these excursions are of roughly the same order

as the classical

**dimerization**amplitude [2.1 1, 393]. One may thus wonderwhether ...

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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