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Induced Chemical–electrochemical Process For The Formation Of Electrically Conducting Ionomers

B. Zinger, Dan Kijel, F. Beck
Published 1990 · Chemistry

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Electrically conducting lonomers, with conductivity higher than 30 S cm–1, were prepared in aqueous solutions by a two-step chemical–electrochemical process; polypyrrole was implanted chemically in home-made lonomers in an oxidative polymerization stage, while the reduced polymerization reagent was re-oxidized anodically to close a catalytic cycle.
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