## Conjugated Conducting Polymers |

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equivalent coordinate space configurations , where equivalent refers to

configurations that are related to one another by a

characteristic of the system . Imperfect resonance implies unequal contributions

of equivalent ...

equivalent coordinate space configurations , where equivalent refers to

configurations that are related to one another by a

**symmetry**operationcharacteristic of the system . Imperfect resonance implies unequal contributions

of equivalent ...

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Since these

valence bond diagrams form a natural basis ... the Optical Gap and Excitonic

Effects Since the ground state of finite polyenes has ' A ,

antisymmetric ...

Since these

**symmetries**are most readily expressed in coordinate space , thevalence bond diagrams form a natural basis ... the Optical Gap and Excitonic

Effects Since the ground state of finite polyenes has ' A ,

**symmetry**, theantisymmetric ...

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One can see that individual singly ionic diagrams ( with one double occupancy

and empty site each ) cannot have mirror plane

consisting of both plus and minus linear combinations ( possessing plus and

minus ...

One can see that individual singly ionic diagrams ( with one double occupancy

and empty site each ) cannot have mirror plane

**symmetry**, but basic functionsconsisting of both plus and minus linear combinations ( possessing plus and

minus ...

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### Contents

Introduction | 1 |

An Overview of the Theory of rConjugated Polymers | 7 |

References | 114 |

Copyright | |

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