## Conjugated Conducting Polymers |

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Geminate recombination implies that the quantum efficiency depends on both the

electric

reduces the Coulomb capture radius and increases the escape probability from ...

Geminate recombination implies that the quantum efficiency depends on both the

electric

**field**and the wavelength of the exciting light [ 3 . 49 ] . The electric**field**reduces the Coulomb capture radius and increases the escape probability from ...

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absorption or emission of energy . If we denote x " ( w ) as the absorption part of

the spectrum , the total intensity I of the resonance signal is I = Sx " ( w ) do ( 5 . 1 .

This

**field**induces transitions between the spin states corresponding to eitherabsorption or emission of energy . If we denote x " ( w ) as the absorption part of

the spectrum , the total intensity I of the resonance signal is I = Sx " ( w ) do ( 5 . 1 .

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In the standard CW ( continuous wave ) technique , the magnetic

through the resonance in either a rapid passage , which yields the absorption

signal directly , or by modulating the B ,

which ...

In the standard CW ( continuous wave ) technique , the magnetic

**field**B . is sweptthrough the resonance in either a rapid passage , which yields the absorption

signal directly , or by modulating the B ,

**field**and using a lock - in techniquewhich ...

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Introduction | 1 |

An Overview of the Theory of rConjugated Polymers | 7 |

IndependentElectron | 17 |

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