Standard porosimetry is a new technique for measuring the pore radius distribution in microporous materials. Comparison of the porous structure parameters obtained by this technique and by gas adsorption measurements and SEM, both established methods, on polyaniline emeraldine salts and bases demonstrates that standard porosimetry can be used for the characterization of the porous structure of powders of conductive polymers and that this novel method has several advantages.
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