## Conjugated Conducting Polymers |

### From inside the book

Results 1-3 of 28

Page 150

The

determined by the ratio of the intersite distance Ri , to the localization length r . (

decay length of the wavefunction ) . It depends in addition on the occupation of

the ...

The

**hopping**probability depends on the mutual overlap of the wavefunctions ,determined by the ratio of the intersite distance Ri , to the localization length r . (

decay length of the wavefunction ) . It depends in addition on the occupation of

the ...

Page 151

A similar formula can be derived from a percolation treatment of the

conductivity [ 3 . 36 ] , but only asymptotically in the low - temperature limit , as

long as To / T > 10 000 . In amorphous inorganic materials , typical values of To ,

as ...

A similar formula can be derived from a percolation treatment of the

**hopping**conductivity [ 3 . 36 ] , but only asymptotically in the low - temperature limit , as

long as To / T > 10 000 . In amorphous inorganic materials , typical values of To ,

as ...

Page 159

This is an argument in favour of Kivelson ' s theory and against variable - range

such not intentionally doped samples the density of neutral solitons is relatively

high ...

This is an argument in favour of Kivelson ' s theory and against variable - range

**hopping**. The samples were estimated to have a doping level of y = 3 10 - . Insuch not intentionally doped samples the density of neutral solitons is relatively

high ...

### What people are saying - Write a review

We haven't found any reviews in the usual places.

### Contents

Introduction | 1 |

An Overview of the Theory of rConjugated Polymers | 7 |

References | 114 |

Copyright | |

6 other sections not shown

### Other editions - View all

### Common terms and phrases

absorption addition applied approach approximation atoms band behaviour bipolarons bond bond alternation calculations carriers chain charged chemical concentration conductivity configuration conjugated polymers contribution correlation corresponding Coulomb Coulomb interactions coupling decreases defects density dependence described determined dimerization discussed dopant doping effects electron electron-electron energy excitations expected experimental experiments field finite frequency function give ground Hamiltonian hopping Hubbard hyperfine important increase indicated interactions interpretation involving lattice leads length Lett limit localized magnetic materials measurements metallic methods modes motion neutral nuclear observed obtained one-dimensional optical pair parameter peak phonon Phys Physics polarons polyacetylene polyenes polymers position properties range relaxation resonance respect samples Sect separation shift shown shows similar single soliton spectra spectrum spin structure studies symmetry Synth temperature theoretical theory trans-(CH transition units valence values whereas