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Title: Optimization of Preparation Techniques and Dielectric Study of Polyanilines in the Microwave & High Frequency Field
Authors: Rinku Mariam, Thomas
Dr.George, K E
Dr.Mathew, K T
Dr.Prathapan, S
Keywords: Dielectric Properties
High Frequencies
conducting polymers
Issue Date: May-2005
Publisher: Cochin University of Science & Technology
Abstract: The thesis deals with the preparation and dielectric characterization of Poly aniline and its analogues in ISM band frequency of 2-4 GHz that includes part of the microwave region (300 MHz to 300 GHz) of the electromagnetic spectrum and an initial dielectric study in the high frequency [O.05MHz-13 MHz]. PolyaniIine has been synthesized by an in situ doping reaction under different temperature and in the presence of inorganic dopants such as HCl H2S04, HN03, HCl04 and organic dopants such as camphorsulphonic acid [CSA], toluenesulphonic acid {TSA) and naphthalenesulphonic acid [NSA]. The variation in dielectric properties with change in reaction temperature, dopants and frequency has been studied. The effect of codopants and microemulsions on the dielectric properties has also been studied in the ISM band. The ISM band of frequencies (2-4 GHz) is of great utility in Industrial, Scientific and Medical (ISM) applications. Microwave heating is a very efficient method of heating dielectric materials and is extensively used in industrial as well as household heating applications.
Description: Department of Polymer Science and Rubber Technology,Cochin University of Science and Technology
URI: http://dyuthi.cusat.ac.in/purl/2209
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