## Conjugated Conducting Polymers |

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The energy scale for both kinks and polarons is set by 10 , as

2 . Since this is of the order of 1 eV ~ 10000 K , the thermal population of these

states is negligible . Thus , large external perturbations such as photons in the ...

The energy scale for both kinks and polarons is set by 10 , as

**shown**in Table 2 .2 . Since this is of the order of 1 eV ~ 10000 K , the thermal population of these

states is negligible . Thus , large external perturbations such as photons in the ...

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133 ] . The higher the number of visible multi - quantum spectra at a particular

ENDOR frequency , the higher the spectral density of hyperfine lines there . If the

spin - density distribution function is monotonically decaying , as

.

133 ] . The higher the number of visible multi - quantum spectra at a particular

ENDOR frequency , the higher the spectral density of hyperfine lines there . If the

spin - density distribution function is monotonically decaying , as

**shown**in Fig . 5.

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The curves

calculations using two models for the distribution function P ( J ) as described in

the text . The spin concentration of sample B is twice as large as that for sample C

...

The curves

**shown**in continuous and broken lines are the results of theoreticalcalculations using two models for the distribution function P ( J ) as described in

the text . The spin concentration of sample B is twice as large as that for sample C

...

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Introduction | 1 |

An Overview of the Theory of rConjugated Polymers | 7 |

IndependentElectron | 17 |

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