Direct-Current Conductivity of Textiles, Proteins and other Polymers View Full Text


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1961-02

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C. P. S. TAYLOR

ABSTRACT

THERE has emerged from a recent study of the electrical conductivity of dry cytochrome c (ref. 1) an understanding of two properties of the conductivity of a variety of natural and synthetic polymers: (1) The two commonly observed conductivity–sorption relations (1) and (2) (ref. 2) are expressions of one mechanism ; namely, conduction by ions in a medium of very low dielectric constant: where σ is conductivity; M, moisture content ; and A and B, constants characteristic of the material. It is also observed that A is in the range 0.1–1 for a variety of materials, and B, 6–16. More... »

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388-389

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