## Conjugated Conducting Polymers |

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Furthermore , since the matrix elements of the Hamiltonian ,

+ 1 ) , are non - zero only between adjacent sites , the resulting re - electron

Hamiltonian corresponds to a tridiagonal matrix in the Wannier representation .

Furthermore , since the matrix elements of the Hamiltonian ,

**described**by the tru1+ 1 ) , are non - zero only between adjacent sites , the resulting re - electron

Hamiltonian corresponds to a tridiagonal matrix in the Wannier representation .

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For a weakly inhomogeneous / disordered system

values of the parameter 2 , a systematic study of the resonant Raman spectra

calculations are required for predicting the additional non - universal features

which ...

For a weakly inhomogeneous / disordered system

**described**by a distribution ofvalues of the parameter 2 , a systematic study of the resonant Raman spectra

calculations are required for predicting the additional non - universal features

which ...

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The models so far

theoretical model of a perfect infinitely long chain . Real polymers have various

types of defects such as chain breaks , cross links , sp3 defects , impurities etc .

The models so far

**described**do not reflect real polymers which are far from thetheoretical model of a perfect infinitely long chain . Real polymers have various

types of defects such as chain breaks , cross links , sp3 defects , impurities etc .

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### Contents

Introduction | 1 |

An Overview of the Theory of rConjugated Polymers | 7 |

IndependentElectron | 17 |

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