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Of particular interest are situations where {n} are localized in space, so that the state index n corresponds to the position in space between the donor and acceptor sites (Fig. 3a) or between the two electron reservoirs (Fig. 3b). These figures depict generic tight binding models of this type, where the states n = 1, . . , N are the bridge states, here taken as degenerate in zero order. Their localized nature makes it possible to assume only nearestneighbor coupling between them, that is, Vn,n = Vn,n±1 δn ,n±1 .

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