Chemistry and Physics of One-Dimensional Metals by V. J. Emery (auth.), Heimo J. Keller (eds.)

By V. J. Emery (auth.), Heimo J. Keller (eds.)

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Even so, tFQ remains small because of the gearetry of the 7f-rrolecular orbitals and the relative tilts of the TIF and TCN;2 rrolecular planes. 1 0 The c-axis coupling can better be appreciated from the perspective of Figure 4a, which views the structure along the stacking b-axis. The strongest interaction, too" > tFQ, occurs with Z=2 between TCNQ rrolecules separated by ~c and is rrediated by the short contacts between cyano groups (Table I). In contrast, the shortest TIF-TIF c-axis contacts involve only the tenninal protons, so that tFF" is negligible.

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Denoyer, R. Comes, A. F. Garito and A. J. Heeger, Phys. Rev. Lett. 37, 437 (1976). The argument is that the evaluation of expectation values can, by symmetry, always be arranged as integrals over the positions of the particles in a fixed order along the lines. Then the only restriction is that no more than one particle shall occupy a site, otherwise they are free. But then the answer is the same as for non-interacting, spin1ess, fermions which can have only one electron per state, and Eq. 6) becomes Ne = kF Lin.

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