## Conjugated Conducting Polymers |

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The total energy of the electrons thus is a functional of the

when this energy is added as a potential energy to H . - n , the resulting

Hamiltonian then depends only on the

this ...

The total energy of the electrons thus is a functional of the

**nuclear**coordinates ;when this energy is added as a potential energy to H . - n , the resulting

Hamiltonian then depends only on the

**nuclear**coordinates Rg . In a second stepthis ...

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Pawan K . Karol , W . G . CLARK , and MICHAEL MEHRING Magnetic resonance

spectroscopy thrives upon the abundance of

matter . Conjugated polymers in particular usually contain the following

Pawan K . Karol , W . G . CLARK , and MICHAEL MEHRING Magnetic resonance

spectroscopy thrives upon the abundance of

**nuclear**and electronic spins inmatter . Conjugated polymers in particular usually contain the following

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However , if more than one

situation changes . For N equivalent

electron , there are at least ( N + 1 ) ESR lines , but only two NMR ( ENDOR )

lines ...

However , if more than one

**nuclear**spin is coupled to an electron spin , thesituation changes . For N equivalent

**nuclear**spins ( I = 1 / 2 ) coupled to anelectron , there are at least ( N + 1 ) ESR lines , but only two NMR ( ENDOR )

lines ...

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### Contents

Introduction | 1 |

An Overview of the Theory of rConjugated Polymers | 7 |

References | 114 |

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