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other and perpendicular to the linking bond, allowing them to overlap and form so
called π orbitals, cf. Figure 1. These electrons are weaker bound and, hence, much
more delocalized than electrons in σ orbitals. This, again, leads to an overlap with the
single bonds, allowing to easily move electrons occupying π orbitals from one bond
to the next and therefore resulting in one-dimensional semiconductors.While in poly-
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