Structuring and Conductivity of Polymer Composites
Nova Science Publ., Jan 1, 1998 - Technology & Engineering - 326 pages
Presents a systematic study of various effects of properties of electrically conducting polymer composites (ECPC), taking into account their composition, production technology, and structural features. Unique features of this work are treatment of the processes of charge transfer in heterogeneous polymer systems under effects of single or several fields of influences, and discussion of technological factors during and after ECPC structurization. Chapters cover theoretical models of charge transfer in ECPCs, display results of investigations of the effects of all main physical factors on conductivity of ECPCs, and discuss directions of experiments conducted for creation of ECPCs with assigned properties to be applied in various branches of technology and for domestic needs. Annotation copyrighted by Book News, Inc., Portland, OR
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