Experimental Studies on Conducting Polyaniline
Polymers are normally used as insulators in many industrial applications due to their high resistivity but there are important developments where polymers can be used as conductors. Electrically conductive polymers find applications in electromagnetic shielding, antistatic coatings, organic light emitting diodes (OLEDs), electrochemical sensors, rechargeable batteries and solar cells. However, the mechanical properties of these materials are not very favourable in comparison with their insulating counterparts and research to enhance their mechanical properties and ease of processability is very active. Many polymers can be produced with using similar chemical or electrochemical methods. Chemical oxidation of polymers is strongly focused in this paper. There are also other patents related to producing conducting polymer composition comprising a conducting polymer and some other polymer types. This paper will focus on only producing of conducting polymers and mostly on conducting polyaniline. After the patent research, there will be some experimental works which have been already reported previously by other researchers on this subject for making of high electrically conducting polymers, preferably conducting polyaniline.
F. Dogan et al., "Experimental Studies on Conducting Polyaniline," Recent Patents on Materials Science, vol. 5, no. 3, pp. 241-255, Bentham Science Publishers B.V., Jan 2012.
The definitive version is available at https://doi.org/10.2174/1874464811205030241
Materials Science and Engineering
Keywords and Phrases
Antistatic coating; Chemical oxidation; Conducting polyaniline; Electrically conducting polymer; ELectrochemical methods; Experimental studies; High resistivity; Intrinsically conducting polymer; Organic light emitting diodes(OLEDs); Polymer composition; Processability; Acetylene; Electromagnetic shielding; Industrial applications; Mechanical properties; Organic light emitting diodes (OLED); Patents and inventions; Polyacetylenes; Polymers; Research; Polyaniline
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01 Jan 2012