The researchers at QU's multidisciplinary Center for Advanced Materials (CAM) are working with conducting polymers such as polyaniline, polypyrole and polythiophene to create sensors which could be used to sense gaseous pollutants in the atmosphere, a statement from the university said.
What does CP stand for?
CP stands for Conducting Polymer
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- Compression Platform
- Computer Personnel (former journal)
- Computer Proficiency (education requirement)
- Computer Program/mer
- Concentrate Phosphate
- Concentration Points (Breath of Fire IV game)
- Condensate Pump
- Condition Precedent
- Conditional Priority
- Conditional Probability
- Confédération Paysanne (France)
- Conference on Principles and Practice of Constraint Programming (annual conference)
- Conference Proceedings
- Conference Publication
- Configuration Protocol (computing)
- Congregation of the Passion, Passionists (religious order)
- Connaught Place
- Connaught Place (New Delhi, India)
- Connection Pending
- Connection Processor (ATMF)
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Suitable redox-active groups include bipyridilium groups and electroactive conducting polymers include polyaniline, polypyrrole, polythiophene, and polycarbazole.
INTRODUCTION The intrinsically conducting polymers have been the subject of interest both from the fundamental and application point of view.
The final section covers applications of conductive polymers that have evolved due to nanotechnology, including chemical and electrochemical sensors, polymer-based actuators, electroactive conducting polymers, electrocatalysis, biomaterials, and nanofillers.
Previous workers in this field have proposed a new approach to corrosion prevention based on the formation of an electronic barrier of metallic surface, and hence we thought of investigating the use of conducting polymer as corrosion-resistant coating.
Applied Physics Letters, March 30, 2010) Conductive Polymers "Directly Patternable, Highly Conducting Polymers for Broad Applications in Organic Electronics" Authors: Joung Eun Yoo, Kwang Seok Lee, A.
Compared to metallized fabrics, the absorption component of a conducting polymer fabric represents a higher contribution to the overall shielding.