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Inherently conductive polymers by Kurt H. Miska

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Published by Business Communications Co. in Norwalk, Conn., U.S.A .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Organic conductor industry.,
  • Conducting polymers -- Industrial applications.,
  • Market surveys.

Book details:

Edition Notes

StatementKurt Miska, project analyst.
SeriesBusiness opportunity report ;, P-068
Classifications
LC ClassificationsHD9662.O742 M57 1988
The Physical Object
Paginationix, 155 leaves :
Number of Pages155
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL1631061M
ISBN 100893366706
LC Control Number91179856

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: Inherently Conducting Polymers: Processing, Fabrication, Applications, Limitations (): Aldissi, M.: BooksCited by: 3. Inherently conductive polymer (ICP) Conductive polymers are still a developing area. Some inherently conductive polymers are polyaniline, polyvinyl alcohol, polypyrrole and polyamide Amongst these polymers polyaniline has attracted a lot of attention due to its good environmental, thermal and chemical stability. Conductive plastics consumption in value (see Table , according to BBC Research, and Figure “Conductive Polymers and ICP Consumption”) grows slightly faster than total plastics when ICPs grow three times faster. Really, conductive plastics are a little market and ICP an emerging but very promising one. @article{osti_, title = {Processing, fabrication, applications, and limitations of inherently conducting polymers}, author = {Aldissi, M}, abstractNote = {Electrically conducting polymers have many potential applications and thus are a focus of research interest. Such polymers depend on a conjugated backbone that can be doped with highly reactive materials to increase conductivity, .

The rich literature concerned about different applications of CPs could be classified within two groups: conducting polymers (CPs) in electronic (Angelopoulos, ), electromechanical (Gazotti, ), and optoelectronic (Otero, ) devices in the first group, and conducting polymers (CP’s) in electronic chemical sensors that are based on Cited by: 7. This book is derived from the findings of an EU-funded objective of the project was to develop conductive plastic composites that are eco-friendly, cost effective and of high added value. This was achieved through an ambitious multidisciplinary approach developing new, radically innovative, knowledge-based and sustainable products for protection against the . Inherently conducting polymers (ICPs) have generated intense interest with over 7, publications in the area since In the Nobel Prize in Chemistry was awarded to MacDiarmid, Heeger. They are lightweight, pliable, and inexpensive plastics that conduct electricity. They are known to shrink, protrude, and bend when stimulated by electricity. Conductive polymers are further categorized into inherently conductive polymers (ICPs), inherently dissipative polymers (IDPs), conductive plastics, and other conductive polymers/5(30).

In book: Clay-Polymer Nanocomposites, pp of the most investigated inherently conductive polymers, namely, polypyrrole, polyaniline, and polythiophenes including poly(3,4. Conductive polymers, either electronic or ionic, have attracted a considerable interest of many organic, polymer, materials, and bio chemists. In addition to the basic research including their syntheses, structures, and fundamental properties, a wide field of applications has been developed such as batteries, electronic and bio-related devices. This third edition of Conductive Electroactive Polymers: Intelligent Polymer Systems continues to provide an in-depth understanding of how to engineer dynamic properties in inherently conducting polymers from the molecular level. New to the third edition: Biomedical, MEMS, and electronic textile applications. Inherently conducting polymers provide an organic environment capable of efficient charge transfer that is compatible with biological systems. Encyclopedia of Biomaterials and Biomedical Engineering book. DOI link for Encyclopedia of Biomaterials and Biomedical Engineering. Encyclopedia of Biomaterials and Biomedical Engineering book.