Conductive Polymer Dispersion
Conducting Polymers, such as Polyaniline, have stimulated the interest of material scientists around the world for their potential game-changing industrial and commercial applications.
For understanding the structure, see above graph and this link. Conducting Polymers are completely insoluble in water and organic solvents because of the extremely high charge density link with the polymeric chain. Also, they are extremely hard to disperse due to their extraordinary high surface tension, by far the highest of all known organic materials, also much higher than water.
Hence, it was important to develop techniques by which they can be processed for various industrial and commercial applications. This involves ensuring adequate dispersion of the conducting polymer for the use in various media.
This is an extremely powerful corrosion protection principle. It was invented by Ormecon (Germany)
Using our highly conductive masterbatch, products can be developed for medium requirements in EMI shielding.
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Using specially prepared dispersed polyaniline, an extremely high-performing solid state capacitor had been..