## Conjugated conducting polymers |

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extended pair-approximation (3.21): a

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**Frequency**-dependent conductivity measurements were performed and show in arestricted

**frequency**range the characteristic features represented by theextended pair-approximation (3.21): a

**frequency**-independent conductivity at low...

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The part of the scattered light with lower

the Stokes component, while that with higher

component. Only lattice vibrations having certain types of symmetry are Raman ...

The part of the scattered light with lower

**frequency**than the incident light is calledthe Stokes component, while that with higher

**frequency**is called the anti-Stokescomponent. Only lattice vibrations having certain types of symmetry are Raman ...

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Transitions between these levels are excited by applying a time varying field Bi(t)

= Btcos cot perpendicular to B0 at

a coil or cavity. In the standard CW (continuous wave) technique, the magnetic ...

Transitions between these levels are excited by applying a time varying field Bi(t)

= Btcos cot perpendicular to B0 at

**frequency**co near the Larmor**frequency**coL toa coil or cavity. In the standard CW (continuous wave) technique, the magnetic ...

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### Contents

Introduction | 1 |

An Overview of the Theory of Conjugated Polymers | 7 |

References | 114 |

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