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Self-doped conductiong polymers

Michael S. Freund

Self-doped conductiong polymers

by Michael S. Freund

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Published by Wiley in Chichester, England, Hoboken, NJ .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Conducting polymers,
  • Doped semiconductors,
  • Polymerization,
  • Electric apparatus and appliances -- Materials

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and index.

    StatementMichael S. Freund and Bhavana A. Deore.
    ContributionsDeore, Bhavana.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQD382.C66 F74 2007, QD382.C66 F74 2007
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxii, 326 p. :
    Number of Pages326
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL18285367M
    ISBN 100470029692
    ISBN 109780470029695
    LC Control Number2006032502

    Conductive polymers or, more precisely, intrinsically conducting polymers (ICPs) are organic polymers that conduct electricity. Such compounds may have metallic conductivity or can be biggest advantage of conductive polymers is their processability, mainly by tive polymers are generally not thermoplastics, i.e., they are not thermoformable.   Conducting Polymers: Synthesis, Properties and Applications (Polymer Science and Technology) UK ed. Edition by Luiz Carlos Pimentel Almeida (Editor) ISBN ISBN Why is ISBN important? ISBN. This bar-code number lets you verify that you're getting exactly the right version or edition of a book. Format: Hardcover.

    1. Introduction. For sure, polymers are one of the major profit-making materials in the twenty first century which is making its way from packaging and container industry towards specific optical and electronic applications such as energy storing devices and anticorrosion coatings [1,2].This cutting-edge progress was parallel with the introduction and study of conductive : Rafieh-Sadat Norouzian, Moslem Mansour Lakouraj. Corpus ID: Synthesis and Characterization of Novel Self-Doped Conducting Polymers @inproceedings{KudoSynthesisAC, title={Synthesis and Characterization of Novel Self-Doped Conducting Polymers}, author={Kazuki Kudo and Hirokazu Yano and Hidenori Okuzaki}, year={} }.

    Fully soluble self-doped poly(3,4-ethylenedioxythiophene) with an electrical conductivity greater than S cm−1 Hirokazu Yano1,2, Kazuki Kudo1, Kazumasa Marumo1, Hidenori Okuzaki1* Wet-processable and highly conductive polymers are promising candidates for . This book deals with the practical fundamentals and applications of conducting polymers. Written from a pedagogical point of view and at a very basic level, it provides a thorough grounding in CPs ideal for further work, as a reference, or as a supplementary course text.4/5(4).


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As a result, there are an increasing number of researchers and companies focused on the creation and implementation of this type of conducting polymer. The purpose of this book is to cover the rapidly developing area of self-doped conducting polymers, with the goal of describing the wide range of approaches that have been developed to synthesize, characterize and utilize by: About this book Self-Doped Conducting Polymers provides an introduction to conducting polymers in general and self-doped conducting polymers in particular.

This is followed by an in depth exploration of the synthesis, properties and utilization of several types of self-doped polymers. Optimization of self-doped polymers is also discussed. Self-Doped Conducting Polymers provides an introduction to conducting polymers in general and self-doped conducting polymers in particular.

This is followed by an in depth exploration of the synthesis, properties and utilization of several types of self-doped polymers. Optimization of self-doped polymers is also discussed. Self-Doped Conducting Polymers provides an introduction to conducting polymers in general and self-doped conducting polymers in particular.

This is followed by an in depth exploration of the synthesis, properties and utilization of several types of self-doped polymers. Optimization of self-doped polymers is also : $ Self-Doped Conducting Polymers provides an introduction to conducting polymers in general and self-doped conducting polymers in particular.

This is followed by an in depth exploration of the synthesis, properties and utilization of several types of self-doped polymers. Optimization of self-doped polymers is also discussed. Introduction. Summary This chapter contains sections titled: Conducting Polymers Self‐Doped Conducting Polymers Types of Self‐Doped Polymers Doping Mechanism in Self‐Doped Polymers Effect of Substituents on Prop Skip to Article Content Book Author(s): Michael S.

Freund BS, PhD. The book written by Freund and Deore can be used as a reference on self-doped conducting polymer [48]. Sodium salts and acid forms of poly(3-thiophene ethane sulfonate) and poly(3-thiophene butane.

Conducting polymers (reviewed more generally by Professor Wnek in this Symposium) can be viewed as functional polymers; the whole backbone is essentially the polymer’s functional group because it is a delocalized Π system which undergoes REDOX reactions, also known as doping reactions.

In the doping process, when the backbone is partially. Among various conducting polymers, polyaniline (PANI) has been used as an effi cient HTM in OLEDs [ 31–34 ] and improves hole injection to the emitting layer, [ 35,36 ] and exhibits high transmittance compared to that of PEDOT. [ 37 ] A water-soluble, self-doped conducting polyaniline graft copolymer.

Self-Doped Conducting Polymers provides an introduction to conducting polymers in general and self-doped conducting polymers in particular.

This is followed by an in depth exploration of the synthesis, properties and utilization of several types of self-doped polymers. α — Terthienyl and pyrrole, substituted with alkylsulfonate side chains, can be polymerized electrochemically without the addition of a conduction salt.

This gives rise to self-doped conducting polymers that are soluble in water in the doped state. In these polymers the counterions are covalently bound to the polymer backbone, leading to the self-doping concept. In a self-doped conjugated polymer, charge injected into the π-electron system is compensated by proton (or Li +, Na +, etc.) ejection, leaving behind the oppositely charged by: The self-doped PFP polymer is comprised of a conjugated polyfluorene backbone with sulfonate terminated side-chains that serve to dope the conjugated polymer backbone, resulting in stable conductivity.

Composite electrodes are prepared by blending PFP with V 2 O 5 in water, followed by casting and drying.

Self-Doped Conducting Polymers provides an introduction to conducting polymers in general and self-doped conducting polymers in particular. This is followed by an in depth exploration of the synthesis, properties and utilization of several types of self-doped polymers.

(not yet rated) 0 with reviews - Be the first. These conducting polymers are commonly used in biosensors, transistors, and rechargeable batteries [19,20,21].

As the active material in lithium-ion batteries, the sulfonic groups from self-doped polymers help limit the participation of anions during the charge compensation process, leading to higher specific capacity and stability [22,23,24]. Conjugated polymers are gaining a lot of interest due to their inherent functional properties and applications in plastic electronics.

Their characteristic charge transporting and conducting properties produces features including coloration, photoluminescence, electroluminescence, photoconductivity, and electrochromism. In order to develop new functional polymers, researchers need the. In book: Self-Doped Conducting Polymers, pp The high susceptibility of conducting polymers to water vapor is one of the main drawbacks for their application in electronic noses [9, SELF-DOPED POLYMERS Abstract Self-doped conducting polymers are provided which have along their backbone a pi-electron conjugated system comprising a plurality of monomer units, between about and mole % of the units having covalently linked thereto at least one Bronsted acid group.

Examples of such polymers are represented by the following structural Formulas: Formula I Formula. In a self-doped conjugated polymer, charge injected into the π-electron system is compensated by proton (or Li +, Na +, etc.) ejection, leaving behind the oppositely charged counterion. Original language.

English (US) Pages (from-to) Number of pages. A Self-Doped Ionic Conjugated Polymer: Poly(2-ethynylpyridinium-Nbenzoylsulfonate) by the Activated Polymerization of 2-Ethynylpyridine with Ring-Opening of 2-Sulfobenzoic Acid Cyclic Anhydride. Bulletin of the Korean Chemical Society. A self-doped conducting polymer having alkanesulphonic acid groups on polythiophene has been directly synthesized from sodium 3-(3-thienyl)propanesulphonate 3 by chemical polymerization with FeCl 3 in an aqueous medium; the resulting acid form of this polymer after work-up shows highly self-doped behaviour both in water and as a solid film and has a high molecular weight distribution.A self-doped conducting polymer having along its backbone a π-electron conjugated system which comprises a plurality of monomer units, between about and mole % of the units having covalently linked thereto at least one Bronsted acid group.

The conductive zwitterionic polymer is also provided, as are monomers useful in the preparation of the polymer and electrodes comprising the polymer.Wet-processable and highly conductive polymers are promising candidates for key materials in organic electronics.

Poly(3,4-ethylenedioxythiophene):poly(4-styrenesulfonate) (PEDOT:PSS) is commercially available as a water dispersion of colloidal particles but has some technical issues with PSS.

Here, we developed a novel fully soluble self-doped PEDOT (S-PEDOT) with an electrical conductivity.