## Conjugated Conducting Polymers |

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Unfortunately , the amplitude of the polaron lattice is found to decrease very

quickly for y > 2 % , and therefore the

lose oscillator strength [ 2 . 114 , 403 ] , in contrast to the experimental

observations [ 2 ...

Unfortunately , the amplitude of the polaron lattice is found to decrease very

quickly for y > 2 % , and therefore the

**dopant**- induced IR modes would rapidlylose oscillator strength [ 2 . 114 , 403 ] , in contrast to the experimental

observations [ 2 ...

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The electrostatic interaction with the oppositely charged

the charged soliton or polaron with a binding energy , for which a value of about

0 . 3 eV for polyacetylene is derived from experiments , whereas calculation gives

...

The electrostatic interaction with the oppositely charged

**dopant**molecule pinsthe charged soliton or polaron with a binding energy , for which a value of about

0 . 3 eV for polyacetylene is derived from experiments , whereas calculation gives

...

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TRANS - + 40F - - - xo - - - - - - - - 0 - 0mol

. 31 . Total magnetic susceptibility as a function of

percent ) in 70 % cis - ( CH ) , for the following

TRANS - + 40F - - - xo - - - - - - - - 0 - 0mol

**dopant**- Xxx 10 - ocgs / mol CHx Fig . 5. 31 . Total magnetic susceptibility as a function of

**dopant**concentration ( molepercent ) in 70 % cis - ( CH ) , for the following

**dopants**[ 5 . 119 ] : MoFo ( open ...### What people are saying - Write a review

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Introduction | 1 |

An Overview of the Theory of rConjugated Polymers | 7 |

IndependentElectron | 17 |

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