Science and Applications of Conducting Polymers, Papers from the Sixth European Industrial Workshop
Science and Applications of Conducting Polymers emphasizes potential industrial applications of conducting polymers. The papers presented discuss the basic physics and chemistry of conducting polymers, followed by an in-depth examination of applications. The book is ideal for researchers in polymer physics, electronics, optics, and semiconductor physics.
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Electroactivity of poly3methylthiophene in aqueous solutions
Infrared ellipsometry of thin oriented polymer films
Electropolymerization of thiophene and substituted thiophenes on ITO
A. J. Heeger A.G. MacDiarmid A.J. Epstein absorption accumulation layer acid actuators anode anti-planar aqueous batteries bipolaron bipyrrole birefringence bithiophene bond carriers changes charge Chem chemical conducting polymers conformation conjugated polymers Cryst cycle density devices dopant doping draw ratio electrical conductivity electrochemical electrolyte emeraldine base energy Epstein A J fibers Figure frequency gate voltage Heeger A J increase insulator kcal/mole Lett MacDiarmid A G materials measurements mechanical properties mid-gap mobility modulus molecular electronics molecular weight molecule nonlinear optical observed obtained oligomers oriented oxidation PANI PDMPV percolation threshold pernigraniline Phys planar polyacetylene polyaniline polyenes polymer chains polymeric polypyrrole polythiophene potential PPTA precursor polymer protonated pyrrole range redox rings rotation barrier S/cm sample semiconductor sensors shown silicon soliton soluble solution solvent substrate sulfuric acid switching Synth synthesis Synthetic Metals temperature tensile strength thickness thin film thiophene undoped volume fraction