## Conjugated Conducting Polymers |

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The principal components of the

proton , can approximately be expressed as ... a and A33 = - ( 1 + a ) a , where a

accounts for the anisotropy and a is the isotropic part of the

The principal components of the

**hyperfine**tensor , due to a n radical coupled to aproton , can approximately be expressed as ... a and A33 = - ( 1 + a ) a , where a

accounts for the anisotropy and a is the isotropic part of the

**hyperfine**coupling .Page 249

4 ) each spectral line involves multiple convolutions of N spectral lines alongwith

their dependence on all the

with respect to the principal axis system [ 5 . 20 ] . The situation is however ...

4 ) each spectral line involves multiple convolutions of N spectral lines alongwith

their dependence on all the

**hyperfine**couplings through their orientations ( a , b )with respect to the principal axis system [ 5 . 20 ] . The situation is however ...

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are proportional to the number of protons or deuterons , they give an estimate of

T , due to

and / or exchange interactions . Since Tilaw - 1 / 2 , dipolar and

are proportional to the number of protons or deuterons , they give an estimate of

T , due to

**hyperfine**interactions ; the rest is then due to electron - electron dipolarand / or exchange interactions . Since Tilaw - 1 / 2 , dipolar and

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Introduction | 1 |

An Overview of the Theory of rConjugated Polymers | 7 |

IndependentElectron | 17 |

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