Conductive polyimide/polyaniline blends

Niranjan Patel, Ravi Saraf, Marie Angelopoulos

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Abstract

We have used polyamic acid, the precursor to polyimide, as the protonation source for polyaniline. The acid-base interactions between the acid groups of polyamic acid and the amine groups of polyaniline also provide the driving force for molecular miscibility between the two polymers. This miscibility is retained as demonstrated by wide-angle x-ray scattering, even after the acid-base interactions are removed by way of imidization. Thus, one finally obtains a frustrated blend unable to phase-separate in the glassy state.

Original languageEnglish (US)
StatePublished - Oct 1 1991
EventAbstracts of the 4th International Conference on Polyimides - Ellenville, NY, USA
Duration: Oct 30 1991Nov 1 1991

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OtherAbstracts of the 4th International Conference on Polyimides
CityEllenville, NY, USA
Period10/30/9111/1/91

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Polyaniline
Polyimides
Acids
Solubility
Protonation
Amines
Polymers
Scattering
X rays
polyaniline
polyamic acid

ASJC Scopus subject areas

  • Chemical Engineering (miscellaneous)
  • Polymers and Plastics

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Patel, N., Saraf, R., & Angelopoulos, M. (1991). Conductive polyimide/polyaniline blends. Paper presented at Abstracts of the 4th International Conference on Polyimides, Ellenville, NY, USA, .

Conductive polyimide/polyaniline blends. / Patel, Niranjan; Saraf, Ravi; Angelopoulos, Marie.

1991. Paper presented at Abstracts of the 4th International Conference on Polyimides, Ellenville, NY, USA, .

Research output: Contribution to conferencePaper

Patel, N, Saraf, R & Angelopoulos, M 1991, 'Conductive polyimide/polyaniline blends' Paper presented at Abstracts of the 4th International Conference on Polyimides, Ellenville, NY, USA, 10/30/91 - 11/1/91, .
Patel N, Saraf R, Angelopoulos M. Conductive polyimide/polyaniline blends. 1991. Paper presented at Abstracts of the 4th International Conference on Polyimides, Ellenville, NY, USA, .
Patel, Niranjan ; Saraf, Ravi ; Angelopoulos, Marie. / Conductive polyimide/polyaniline blends. Paper presented at Abstracts of the 4th International Conference on Polyimides, Ellenville, NY, USA, .
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