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Influence Of The Electropolymerization Parameters On The Generation Of Polyfurane Perchlorate Doped Films

M. J. González-Tejera, I. Carrillo, I. Hernández-Fuentes
Published 1998 · Chemistry

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Chemical and electrochemical parameters have been modified in the potentiostatic electropolymerization of polyfurane films doped with perchlorated anions (PFuClO4) in order to systematize the formation of this conducting polyaromatic compound in aprotic media. The study revealed a strong correlation between the electrochemical generation of black, adherent, ordered and conducting PFuClO4 films and the applied overpotential. Moreover, dopant concentration must be equal to or lower than monomer concentration due to the inhibition effect of the ClO4− anion.
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