Intrinsically Conducting Polymers: An Emerging Technology by M. AldissiIntrinsically Conducting Polymers: An Emerging Technology by M. Aldissi

Intrinsically Conducting Polymers: An Emerging Technology

EditorM. Aldissi

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The subject of `Intrinsically Conducting Polymers: an Emerging Technology' was addressed at the NATO Advanced Research Workshop held in Burlington, Vermont, U.S.A. in October 1992. Approximately 30 invited scientists from 11 different countries attended the workshop and 24 lectures were given discussing in detail the most important processing techniques and applications of conducting polymers, along with the basic materials science aspects. The results was the present book, which, for the first time, addresses progress in materials science related to polymers presently on the market and to already existing applications, as well as to future applications. This book covers mostly existing and future applications of intrinsically conducting polymers. Among these applications are the redox-type, such as batteries and electrochemical actuators and artificial muscles. Capacitors, microlithography and transistor uses are addressed. The use of conducting polymers as 'smart' materials in sensor/indicator types of applications is discussed. ESD applications and EMI shielding are subjects that conducting polymers are sought after for. Microwave properties for radar/microwave absorption and for plastics joining/welding are discussed. Also, this book discusses materials processing for the various applications, including fabrication of fibers, textiles, colloids and films/coatings. This book will be an important addition to the libraries of every institution involved in this emerging technology.
Title:Intrinsically Conducting Polymers: An Emerging TechnologyFormat:PaperbackDimensions:237 pages, 9.25 × 6.1 × 0.27 inPublished:December 15, 2010Publisher:Springer NetherlandsLanguage:English

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Table of Contents

Preface. Synthesis, properties and applications of perconjugated systems; H. Naarmann. Functionalizations of conducting polymers by mesoscopically structural control and by molecular combination of reactive moiety; T. Shimidzu, T. Iyoda, H. Segawa, M. Fujitsuka. Characterization and application of polypyrrole-coated textiles; H.H. Kuhn. Potential applications of conducting polymer colloids; S.P. Armes. Processing of polyanilines; V.G. Kulkarni. Inclusion of conducting polymers in inorganic hosts: towards conducting nanostructures; T. Bein, P. Enzel. The separation of gases using conducting polymer films; B.R. Mattes, M.R. Anderson, H. Reiss, R.B. Kaner. Intrinsically conducting polymers: from fundamental to applied research; E. Genies. Conjugated polymer light-emitting diodes; A.R. Brown, N.C. Greenham, R.W. Gymer, K. Pichler, D.D.C. Bradley, R.H. Friend, P.L. Burn, A. Kraft, A.B. Holmes. Molecular engineering of organic semiconductors; F. Garnier, F. Deloffre, A. Yassar, G. Horowitz, R. Hajlaoui. Blue electroluminescence with polyconjugated materials; G. Leising. Organic multilayer-dye electroluminescent diodes: is there any difference with polymer LED? T. Tsutsui, S. Saito. The chemical and electronic structure of metal/conjugated polymer interfaces: a joint theoretical and experimental study; R. Lazzaroni, C. Fredriksson, A. Calderone, J.L. Brédas, P. Dannetun, M. Boman, S. Stafstrom, W.R. Salaneck. Application of conducting polyanilines in computer manufacturing; M. Angelopoulos. Conducting polymers for molecular electronics; S. Roth, J. Anders, H.J. Byrne. Polyanilines: recent advances in processing and applications to welding of plastics; A.J. Epstein, J.Joo, C.-Y. Wu, A. Benatar, C.F. Faisst Jr., j. Zegarski, A.G. MacDiarmid. Electrochemomechanical and electrochemopositioning devices: artificial muscles; T.F. Otero, J. Rodríguez. A highly thermostable aluminum solid electrolytic capacitor with an electroconducting-polymer electrolyte; Y. Kudoh, M. Fukuyama, T. Kojima, N. Nanai, S. Yoshimura. Polymer based xerographic photoreceptors; M.A. Abkowitz. Subject index.