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Morphology and electrical properties of intrinsically conducting polymer composites

from SPE Plastics Research Online

Intrinsically conducting polymer composites are a novel class of materials that combine the mechanical properties of conventional polymers and the electrical properties of conducting polymers. They can possess relatively high conductivities and dielectric constants, which can be easily tuned from insulating to conducting states through chemical processes. ICPCs are light and flexible relative to metals, and both reflect and absorb electromagnetic radiation.1–3These properties make ICPCs very promising for electromagnetic interference shielding and other applications, such as organic solar cells, flexible transparent displays and supercapacitors. more

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