## Conjugated Conducting Polymers |

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The

determined by the ratio of the intersite distance Rij to the localization length ro (

decay length of the wavefunction ) . It depends in addition on the occupation of

the ...

The

**hopping**probability depends on the mutual overlap of the wavefunctions ,determined by the ratio of the intersite distance Rij to the localization length ro (

decay length of the wavefunction ) . It depends in addition on the occupation of

the ...

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A similar formula can be derived from a percolation treatment of the

conductivity [ 3 . 36 ] , but only asymptotically in the low - temperature limit , as

long as To / T > 10000 . In amorphous inorganic materials , typical values of To ,

as ...

A similar formula can be derived from a percolation treatment of the

**hopping**conductivity [ 3 . 36 ] , but only asymptotically in the low - temperature limit , as

long as To / T > 10000 . In amorphous inorganic materials , typical values of To ,

as ...

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5 ) where x is the normalized spin susceptibility , a and d are the isotropic and

dipolar electron - proton hyperfine couplings , D is the diffusion coefficient and b

is the elementary

5 ) where x is the normalized spin susceptibility , a and d are the isotropic and

dipolar electron - proton hyperfine couplings , D is the diffusion coefficient and b

is the elementary

**hopping**unit equal to 2 . 46 Å in the case of trans - ( CH ) , .### What people are saying - Write a review

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### Contents

Introduction | 1 |

An Overview of the Theory of rConjugated Polymers | 7 |

IndependentElectron | 17 |

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