## Conjugated conducting polymers |

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Obviously, it is pointless to attempt to determine unique values for several

parameters by fitting to a single observable, such as the

discussing how other experimental observables can be described within models

...

Obviously, it is pointless to attempt to determine unique values for several

parameters by fitting to a single observable, such as the

**optical gap**. But beforediscussing how other experimental observables can be described within models

...

Page 96

In particular, in the limit U = 0, the parameters are chosen such that the odd finite

chain in the soliton configuration absorbs at half the

adjacent chains. As in the case of the 2iAl state discussed above, the motivation

for ...

In particular, in the limit U = 0, the parameters are chosen such that the odd finite

chain in the soliton configuration absorbs at half the

**optical gap**of the evenadjacent chains. As in the case of the 2iAl state discussed above, the motivation

for ...

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If unbiased parameters derived from small molecules had been taken [4.7], and

assuming that only electron-phonon interaction prevails, then the

trans-(CH)„ is calculated to be only 0.1 eV in contrast to the measured gap of l-

2eV ...

If unbiased parameters derived from small molecules had been taken [4.7], and

assuming that only electron-phonon interaction prevails, then the

**optical gap**oftrans-(CH)„ is calculated to be only 0.1 eV in contrast to the measured gap of l-

2eV ...

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### Contents

Introduction | 1 |

An Overview of the Theory of Conjugated Polymers | 7 |

References | 114 |

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