Electrically conducting polymer blends with thermally processable polyaniline
- Electrically conducting polymer blends with thermally processable polyaniline
- Dong-Uk Choi; 송기태; 김영철; 박연흠; 이준영
- thermally processable polyaniline; thermal blending; electrically conducting polymer blends
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- Molecular crystals and liquid crystals
- VOL 370, 399-402
- Thermally processable polyaniline (PANI) was synthesized by one-step
chemical oxidation of aniline, whose electrical conductivity was in the
range of to 1 Skm. Various kinds of thermoplastic polymers
were thermally blended with the processable PANI, giving rise to the
electrically conducting polymer blends with the specific volume
resistivity of lo2 to 10'' Q-cm.
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