## Conjugated Conducting Polymers |

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However a bound kink / anti - kink

entire region outside the

is illustrated in Fig . 2 . 16 . The structure of these confined kink / anti - kink

can ...

However a bound kink / anti - kink

**pair**would not have this barrier , since theentire region outside the

**pair**would be in the true cis - transoid ground state ; thisis illustrated in Fig . 2 . 16 . The structure of these confined kink / anti - kink

**pairs**can ...

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The above - mentioned formula considers only electron hops between

sites and is therefore unable to describe ... 46 ] within their extended

approximation , the dc limit of which yields Mott ' s variable range hopping law ,

provided ...

The above - mentioned formula considers only electron hops between

**pairs**ofsites and is therefore unable to describe ... 46 ] within their extended

**pair**approximation , the dc limit of which yields Mott ' s variable range hopping law ,

provided ...

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174 ] led to the conclusion that a

state is generated after optical excitation at 337 nm . The ESR spectrum in Fig . 5

. 45 shows a

174 ] led to the conclusion that a

**pair**of soliton - like quasi - particles in a tripletstate is generated after optical excitation at 337 nm . The ESR spectrum in Fig . 5

. 45 shows a

**pair**of lines with opposite amplitudes which is the signature of a ...### What people are saying - Write a review

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Introduction | 1 |

An Overview of the Theory of rConjugated Polymers | 7 |

IndependentElectron | 17 |

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