## Conjugated Conducting Polymers |

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**Frequency**- dependent conductivity measurements were performed and show ina restricted

**frequency**range the ... 21 ) : a**frequency**- independent conductivity atlow

**frequencies**, equal to the dc value , is followed by a monotonous increase ...Page 186

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 ...

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 ...

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Helmut G. Kiess. interactions result in further level shifts and splittings .

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

) = B , cos wt perpendicular to B . at

a coil ...

Helmut G. Kiess. interactions result in further level shifts and splittings .

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

) = B , cos wt perpendicular to B . at

**frequency**w near the Larmor**frequency**w , toa coil ...

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### Contents

Introduction | 1 |

An Overview of the Theory of rConjugated Polymers | 7 |

IndependentElectron | 17 |

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