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Conducting polymers—materials of commerce

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  • Dr. Joel S. Miller

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    1. Central Research & Development (Contribution #6483) Experimental Station, DuPont Wilmington, DE 19880-0238 (USA)
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    1. Department of Chemistry, University of Utah Salt Lake City, UT 84112 (USA)
    • Central Research & Development (Contribution #6483) Experimental Station, DuPont Wilmington, DE 19880-0238 (USA)
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Abstract

Conducting-polymer-based poducts that are commercially available are the topic of this second part of a two-part article (the first half appeared last month). Many people are not aware that conducting polymers have reached the marketplace in the form of “coin”-shaped batteries (see Figure). 3.5.″ floppy disks, and electrostatic loudspeakers, as well as being available for commercial processes and as raw materials.

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