## Conjugated Conducting Polymers |

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microscopic theories and discuss the essential roles played by both

electronphonon ( e - p ) and electron - electron ( e - e )

electrons . This leads to the crucial distinction between independent - electron

theories and ...

microscopic theories and discuss the essential roles played by both

electronphonon ( e - p ) and electron - electron ( e - e )

**interactions**among the aelectrons . This leads to the crucial distinction between independent - electron

theories and ...

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Electron - Electron and Electron - Phonon

Hamiltonians . The SSH ( or Hückel ) model can be interpreted in two different

ways . One can assert that the effective e - e

that the ...

Electron - Electron and Electron - Phonon

**Interaction**: Peierls - HubbardHamiltonians . The SSH ( or Hückel ) model can be interpreted in two different

ways . One can assert that the effective e - e

**interactions**are negligible and thusthat the ...

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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 .

**interactions**result in further level shifts and splittings . Transitions between theselevels 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 .

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### Contents

Introduction | 1 |

An Overview of the Theory of rConjugated Polymers | 7 |

References | 114 |

Copyright | |

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