The Greens-matrix formalism developed recently for treating the interface problem between two quasi-one-dimensional systems is used for evaluating the interface states occurring between an alternating trans-polyacetylene and a polyethylene quasi-one-dimensional chain. Several aspects of the interface states are discussed. The efficiency of the technique and its applicability to interface problems between any two quasi-one-dimensional systems are emphasized.
ASJC Scopus subject areas
- Condensed Matter Physics