Electrical Properties of Polymers
Fully revised and expanded, this second edition of A. Blythe's successful title on electrical properties of polymers covers both the fundamental and recent developments in this growing area. This book provides a broad and comprehensive account on the topic, describing underlying physical principles and synthesis through to emerging technologies. The new edition provides particular emphasis to the new generation of conductive polymers. Emerging uses of polymers in industrial applications are described and cover topics such as light-emitting diodes, flexible polymers and soft electronics. Written in an accessible style, without complicated theory, this book combines key concepts with applications. With the inclusion of further reading material provided at the end of each chapter for interested readers, this book is an authoritative guide to advanced-level undergraduates and graduates studying polymer, materials and physical sciences. It will also be of significant interest to researchers working in this evolving field.
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Dielectrics in static fields
Electronic conduction in polymers
Measurement of electrical properties
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absorption amorphous applied field atoms backbone band gap behaviour bond breakdown capacitance carbon cell charge carriers charge transfer chemical component composite conduction band conductive polymers conjugated polymers crystal crystalline decay defects density dependence devices dielectric dielectric relaxation diodes dipole dopants doping effect electric field electrochemical electron correlation electrons and holes emission energy Equation excited exciton experimental films frequency function increase injection insulating interaction ionic ions lattice layer localised materials measurements mechanical metal method molar molar mass molecular molecules monomer non-linear non-linear optical observed obtained occur optical orbitals orientation oxidation PAni particles pendent groups Phys polarisation polarons polyacetylene polyethylene polymer chain polymeric polymerisation potential properties reduced relative permittivity relaxation resistance room temperature sample Section semiconductors shown in Fig soliton solution solvent space charge specimen spectra structure surface thermal tion transition traps valence band voltage