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DATE

1990

AUTHORS

A. T. Ponomarenko , V. G. Shevchenko , N. S. Enikolopyan

ABSTRACT

Conducting polymer composites (CPCM) have usually been considered from the point of view of their constituents and properties. However, processing conditions may influence the properties even more strongly. The present article is meant to redress the situation, relating processing conditions and the final properties of these materials. First, components, structure, and conductivity of CPCM are shortly reviewed, with the newly developed types of conducting fillers included. Then, redistribution of disperse filler particles during injection molding and resulting conductivity profiles are considered. The use of polymer blends may lead to the segregation of the filler, resulting in higher conductivity at lower concentrations. These phenomena are also considered. The next chapter deals with the influence of processing on conducting fibers, which are the most promising fillers but which easily break under extreme processing conditions. A novel technique for manufacturing CPCM — polymerization filling — and the properties of resulting composites are reviewed. Finally, existing and future applications of conducting polymer composites are considered. More... »

PAGES

125-147

Book

TITLE

Filled Polymers I Science and Technology

ISBN

978-3-540-52791-6
978-3-540-47148-6

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http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/3-540-52791-5_4

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