• A K Mukherjee

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    • Adiabatic time-dependent Hartree-Fock theory with the consistency condition

      A K Mukherjee M K Pai

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      Adiabatic time-dependent Hartree-Fock (atdhf) theory, including the authors’ work in this field, has been summarised. In response to the criticism of Yamamuraet al the role of curvature in preventing the choice ofpurerpa mode as the solution near the static Hartree-Fock minimum has been discussed.

    • Do anticommutators give additional conditions on adiabatic time-dependent Hartree-Fock path?

      A K Mukherjee D Mukhopadhyay

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      Utilizing one-particle one-hole variations of ATDHF states by invoking commutators obtained from generators of complete set of coordinates and of momenta, the ATDHF equations were shown in an earlier work to yield the valley condition. In principle, variations of ATDHF states should also be exploited by using anticommutators involving the said generators. It is demonstrated here that owing to the canonicity condition relating the generators of coordinates and of momenta, use of anticommutators gives rise to exactly the same valley condition on the ATDHF path.

    • Role of mesoscopic morphology in charge transport of doped polyaniline

      A K Mukherjee Reghu Menon

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      In doped polyaniline (PANI), the charge transport properties are determined by mesoscopic morphology, which in turn is controlled by the molecular recognition interactions among polymer chain, dopant and solvent, Molecular recognition plays a significant role in chain conformation and charge delocalization. The resistivity of PANI doped by camphor sulfonic acid (CSA)/2-acrylo-amido-1-propane sulfonic acid (AMPSA)/dodecyl benzene sulfonic acid (DBSA) is around 0.02 Ω cm. PANI-CSA and PANI-AMPSA show a metallic positive temperature coefficient of resistivity above 150 K. with a finite value of conductivity at 1.4 K; whereas, PANI-DBSA shows hopping transport at low temperatures. The magnetoresistance is positive (negative) for PANI-CSA (PANI-AMPSA); and PANI-DBSA has a large positive MR. The behavior of MR suggests subtle variations in mesoscopic morphology between PANI-CSA and PANI-AMPSA.

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