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Color engineering of π-conjugated donor-acceptor systems : the role of donor and acceptor units on the neutral state color
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Ünal, Gönül
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In this thesis, we investigate the integrability properties of some evolutionary type nonlinear equations in (1+1)-dimensions both with commutative and non-commutative variables. We construct the recursion operators, based on the Lax representation, for such equations. Finally, we question the notion of integrability for a certain one-component non-commutative equation. [We stress that calculations in this thesis are not original.]
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Integral equations.
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G. Ünal, “ Color engineering of π-conjugated donor-acceptor systems : the role of donor and acceptor units on the neutral state color ,” M.S. - Master of Science, Middle East Technical University, 2011.