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2023 / V.35,no.4,Dec
Title Properties and Trends in Conductive and Insulating Polymers – A Review
Authors Ayoung Jang, Jisu Lee, Sang Oh Lee1, and Jaewoong Lee
Institution/Affiliations Yeungnam University
Pages/Total page pp.274 ~ 283 / 10
Language Korean
Abstract Conductive polymers are polymers that conduct electricity like metal conductors. Unlike typical organic polymers, they are polymers that have the electrical, magnetic, and optical properties of metals or semiconductors. For Example, these conductive polymers include Polypyrrole (PPy), Polyaniline (PANI), and Polythiophene (PT). On the other hand, Insulating polymers do not conduct electricity well while providing insulation, which is the opposite of conductivity. With the exception of conductive polymers, most polymers are non-conductors. Insulating polymers include polyimide (PI), polystyrene (PS), and poly(vinyl alcohol) (PVOH, PVA, or PVAl). Although many different polymers exist, we have simply illustrated the properties and recent developments of conductive and insulating polymers, which have opposite properties.
Keywords conductive polymer, polypyrrole, polyaniline, polythiophene, polyimide, insulating polymer, polystyrene, poly(vinyl alcohol)
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