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Weak bonds: (a) atomic orbitals (s type with radius R) in a regular latticeof periodicity a obeying the condition a < 2R; and (b) l-dimensional representation of the resulting potential energy (thickline) observedby electrons. which exists mid-way between two adjacent nods is lowered, and thus, for a solid , a potential with periodic fluctuation s can be resolved. e. r == x), the potential is now defined by V(x) = WQ cos 2: x. As a decreases below 2R, WQ also decreases and with it perturb ations due to the crystal lattice.
Potential energy curve w(x) x = Wo cos 2an x showing wo < O. Band and electronic struct ures in regular I-dimensional media a 7 : Figure 1-4. Bragg reflection for a I-D . of a wave is k = 2,n , incident waves with k = k n = ~n = n ~a undergo the maximum r-.. I~n reflection , according to Bragg's condition. Usi ng the zero order approx imation, the amplitude of an incident wave assoc iated with an elec tron in a weak bond is only slightly perturbed such that 1jJ~ = Ae ikx. The time dependent incident wave is therefo re written as [\IJ~ (x, t) line.
18 Optoelectronics of molecules andpolymers Thus, the following can be written: L L eik(S-t)a(wsIHIWt) E = E(k) = (Wk IHlwk) = _sc=--=--t _ (WkIWk) L L eik(s-t)a (WsIWt) . s t By using the relationship (WsIWt) = Sst and considering that Hiickel approximations can be given as Hss = (WsIHIWs ) = -a = Coulomb integral = negativeconstant, given the origin to be the energies of an electron at infinity (cf. p. a) . :J. :J. + V(X)I Wt) Uo(x) + W(X)I Wt) = Eo(WsIWt ) + (wS/WIWt ) = (Ws IWIWt). in which the initial value of -~ is found, as proposed in Section IV-2.