## Conjugated Conducting Polymers |

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For the case of the one - dimensional electron gas without phonons and hence

with no Peierls gap , the perturbative expansion in the

interaction contains divergences which must be treated with some care . The well

...

For the case of the one - dimensional electron gas without phonons and hence

with no Peierls gap , the perturbative expansion in the

**electron**-**electron**interaction contains divergences which must be treated with some care . The well

...

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179 B . Horovitz , J . Sólyom : Charge - density waves with

interactions . Phys . Rev . B 32 , 2681 - 2684 ( 1985 ) 2 . 180 V . Ya . Krivnov , A .

A . Ovchinnikov : Peierls instability in weakly nonideal onedimensional systems .

179 B . Horovitz , J . Sólyom : Charge - density waves with

**electron**-**electron**interactions . Phys . Rev . B 32 , 2681 - 2684 ( 1985 ) 2 . 180 V . Ya . Krivnov , A .

A . Ovchinnikov : Peierls instability in weakly nonideal onedimensional systems .

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Within the framework of the SSH Hamiltonian ,

implicitly taken into account by adjusted parameters a , K , and to . If unbiased

parameters derived from small molecules had been taken [ 4 . 7 ) , and assuming

that ...

Within the framework of the SSH Hamiltonian ,

**electron**-**electron**interaction isimplicitly taken into account by adjusted parameters a , K , and to . If unbiased

parameters derived from small molecules had been taken [ 4 . 7 ) , and assuming

that ...

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### Contents

Introduction | 1 |

An Overview of the Theory of rConjugated Polymers | 7 |

References | 114 |

Copyright | |

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