The vibrational modes around the soliton lattice with next neighbor hopping interactions in highly doped trans-(CH)x View Full Text


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1995-12

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Z. J. Li, Z. An, K. L. Yao

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Starting from the extended SSH model that includes an external Coulomb potential arising from interchain charged solitons and counterions, the intrachain e-e interaction and the next neighbor hopping interactions, eight localized vibrational modes around the soliton lattice have been found for the doping levels from 3.33 at.% to 13.33 at.%. Among them three are infrared active and they can be used to interpret the three observed infrared absorption lines at 487, 1284 and 1362 cm−1. Furthermore, the frequencies of localized modes are decreased and their localizations are weakened when the dopant concentrations increase. More... »

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499-502

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