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Electrochemical synthesis and characterization of carbon nanotube/modified polypyrrole hybrids using a cavity microelectrode Michael Bozlara,b, Fabien Miomandreb Novel Electrochemical Synthesis of Polypyrrole/Ag A simple electrochemical method of synthesis of polypyrrole/silver (PPy/Ag) nanocomposite is presented. The method is based on potentiodynamic Electrochemical synthesis of ferrocene-functionalized Electrochemical synthesis of ferrocene-functionalized polypyrrole films Electrochemical Electrochemical synthesis of ferrocene-functionalized Template-Free Electrochemical Synthesis of Well-Aligned Renewable and Sustainable Energy II: Template-Free Electrochemical Synthesis of Well-Aligned Polypyrrole Nanofibers for Electrochemical SupercapacitorsSelf‐Powered Electrochemical Synthesis of Polypyrrole from Self-Powered Electrochemical Synthesis of Polypyrrole from the Pulsed Output of a Triboelectric Nanogenerator as a Sustainable Energy System Jie Wang, Electrochemical synthesis of polypyrrole carbonnanotube 130 Under a nitrogen protective atmosphere, PPy films were electrochemically synthesized over each of the well-aligned carbon nanotubesfrom aqueoussolutions of 17 Electrochemical synthesis of polypyrrole for biosensor Polypyrrole nanowires were electrochemically synthesised on platinum electrode at ambient Electrochemical synthesis of polypyrrole for biosensor applicationSynthesis and properties of polypyrrole obtained from a Synthesis and properties of polypyrrole obtained from a new Fe CSIR-Central Electrochemical and used as oxidizing agent for the synthesis of polypyrrole.Electrochemical synthesis of functional polypyrrole Electrochemical synthesis of functional polypyrrole nanotubes via a self-assembly process Xiaoming Yang a,b, Tingyang Dai a, Zhengxi Zhu a,1, Yun Lu a,*

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Nanocomposites: synthesis, structure, properties and new application opportunities

10.1021/ja0722224 - American Chemical Society

The combination of nanoparticles and conducting polymers, known as hybrid conducting nanocomposites, is a new emerging research field. The combination of conductive polymers, such as polyaniline (PANI), with conductive carbon nanotubes (CNTs) has already shown some synergistic properties. Hence, they have a variety of applications, e.g., as sensors, actuators, touch screens, etc. Usually PANI and CNTs are combined by using electrochemical synthesis starting with the monomer aniline. In this work a new method to obtain PANI/CNTs nanocomposite is described, consisting of Electrophoretic co-Deposition of PANI in the polymerised form, and CNTs. The advantages of the new deposition method, with respect to the usual electrochemical synthesis, are shown also in terms of electrochemical properties of the obtained hybrids nanocomposites

Zinc Oxide—From Synthesis to Application: A Review - MDPI

The purpose of this review article is to provide a better understanding for the recent research trend of conducting polymer-based nanohybrid sensors. Conducting polymer-based nanohybrids have the strong potential to provide distinct properties that were not found in the individual component and their bulk counterparts. However, on the other hand, it seems like that there has been relatively limited research on combining of conducting polymers with inorganic materials on nanoscale, except carbon nanomaterials, which is presumably due to the difficulties in obtaining well-defined polymer nanostructures. Although there have been successful trials that are highlighted in here, the absence of various material candidates is considered to retard the wide application of the conducting polymer nanohybrids to sensors. There is no doubt that new or improved chemical and physical properties from the conducting polymer nanohybrids can be exploited for fabricating high-performance sensors. Accordingly, we believe that further advance in synthesis techniques of conducting polymer nanohybrids will lead to a huge leap of sensor technology.

A review on carbon nanotubes in an environmental protection and green engineering perspective
Department of Polymer Science, The University of Akron, Akron, Ohio 44325-3909

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N2 - Doped and de-doped nanotubes and nanowires of polypyrrole, polyaniline, and poly(3,4-ethylenedioxythiophene) were synthesized by the electrochemical polymerization method, using Al2O3 nanoporous templates. The electrical and optical properties of the nanotubes and nanowires were controlled through various synthetic conditions, such as doping level, dopant, and template-dissolving solvents. The diameters and wall thicknesses of the nanotubes were 100-200 nm and 10-30 nm, respectively. To determine the electrical and optical properties of the nano-systems, I-V characteristic curves with gate bias, dc conductivity, and UV-vis spectra were measured. We observed that the nano-systems were transformed from a conducting state to a semiconducting (or insulating) state through the process of de-doping using the template-dissolving solvents. Possible applications of these nanotubes and nanowires in the construction of nanotip emitters in field emission displays and polymer-based transistors are presented.

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Conducting Polymers, Fundamentals and Applications …

Doped and de-doped nanotubes and nanowires of polypyrrole, polyaniline, and poly(3,4-ethylenedioxythiophene) were synthesized by the electrochemical polymerization method, using Al2O3 nanoporous templates. The electrical and optical properties of the nanotubes and nanowires were controlled through various synthetic conditions, such as doping level, dopant, and template-dissolving solvents. The diameters and wall thicknesses of the nanotubes were 100-200 nm and 10-30 nm, respectively. To determine the electrical and optical properties of the nano-systems, I-V characteristic curves with gate bias, dc conductivity, and UV-vis spectra were measured. We observed that the nano-systems were transformed from a conducting state to a semiconducting (or insulating) state through the process of de-doping using the template-dissolving solvents. Possible applications of these nanotubes and nanowires in the construction of nanotip emitters in field emission displays and polymer-based transistors are presented.