## Conjugated Conducting Polymers |

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In this limit chemists would refer to substantial correlation effects , whereas

physicists would refer to the polymers as ' Mott - Hubbard insulators ' . To

illustrate both cases ,

pure e - p and ...

In this limit chemists would refer to substantial correlation effects , whereas

physicists would refer to the polymers as ' Mott - Hubbard insulators ' . To

illustrate both cases ,

**Sects**. 2 . 3 and 2 . 4 review paradigms for , respectively ,pure e - p and ...

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In

to be the minimal model capable of capturing the essential features of conjugated

polymers . Before confronting the full complexity of this model , however , we ...

In

**Sect**. 2 . 5 we shall study in detail the Hamiltonian ( 2 . 23 ) , for we consider itto be the minimal model capable of capturing the essential features of conjugated

polymers . Before confronting the full complexity of this model , however , we ...

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each separate problem ; in this regard as noted in

Theorem is a useful guide [ 2 . 38 , 164 ] . As emphasized in

approach serves as an essential zerothorder approximation to the ground state of

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each separate problem ; in this regard as noted in

**Sect**. 2 . 2 , Koopmans 'Theorem is a useful guide [ 2 . 38 , 164 ] . As emphasized in

**Sect**. 2 . 2 , the HFapproach serves as an essential zerothorder approximation to the ground state of

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### Contents

Introduction | 1 |

An Overview of the Theory of rConjugated Polymers | 7 |

IndependentElectron | 17 |

Copyright | |

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