## Conjugated Conducting Polymers |

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1 So far we have neglected the

may be distinguished : ( a ) lattice ( translational )

orientational )

1 So far we have neglected the

**motion**of the spins . Two different types of**motion**may be distinguished : ( a ) lattice ( translational )

**motion**and ( b ) spin - flip (orientational )

**motion**. Both are often called spin diffusion in the literature .Page 253

2 Dynamic Nuclear Polarization Dynamic nuclear polarization ( DNP )

experiments have been used to study the

conjugational defect in ( CH ) x . It is expected that the DNP due to a stationary

defect will display a ...

2 Dynamic Nuclear Polarization Dynamic nuclear polarization ( DNP )

experiments have been used to study the

**motion**and trapping of theconjugational defect in ( CH ) x . It is expected that the DNP due to a stationary

defect will display a ...

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Theoretical values for the peak solid - state and Overhauser effects versus the

inverses correlation time ( 1 / 6 , t ) of the electron

functions for the modulations of the electron - nuclear hyperfine interactions are ...

Theoretical values for the peak solid - state and Overhauser effects versus the

inverses correlation time ( 1 / 6 , t ) of the electron

**motion**. Two correlationfunctions for the modulations of the electron - nuclear hyperfine interactions are ...

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### Contents

Introduction | 1 |

An Overview of the Theory of rConjugated Polymers | 7 |

IndependentElectron | 17 |

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