## Conjugated Conducting Polymers |

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Hence one is in general immediately forced to develop and apply numerical

methods to carry out these

numerical methods which are in principle exact in that they make no a priori ...

Hence one is in general immediately forced to develop and apply numerical

methods to carry out these

**studies**. Here we discuss two important classes ofnumerical methods which are in principle exact in that they make no a priori ...

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226 ] , C13 nutational NMR

oriented films [ 2 . 228 ] , one finds consistent values of yo ~ 0 . 058 . In order to

facilitate the subsequent discussion , we introduce the dimensionless bond

alternation ...

226 ] , C13 nutational NMR

**studies**[ 2 . 227 ] and X - ray analysis of highlyoriented films [ 2 . 228 ] , one finds consistent values of yo ~ 0 . 058 . In order to

facilitate the subsequent discussion , we introduce the dimensionless bond

alternation ...

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The effect is largest for intermediate values of U , U = 410 . This conclusion has

been reached on the basis of both numerical and analytical

numerical work is naturally divided into complete diagonalizations for small

systems ...

The effect is largest for intermediate values of U , U = 410 . This conclusion has

been reached on the basis of both numerical and analytical

**studies**. Thenumerical work is naturally divided into complete diagonalizations for small

systems ...

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### Contents

Introduction | 1 |

An Overview of the Theory of rConjugated Polymers | 7 |

References | 114 |

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