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Polymer ionics 1992

Conference on Polymer Ionics (1992 Gothenburg, Sweden)

Polymer ionics 1992

proceedings of the Conference on Polymer Ionics, Gothenburg, Sweden, August 19-21, 1992

by Conference on Polymer Ionics (1992 Gothenburg, Sweden)

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Published by North-Holland in Amsterdam .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Statementeditors: Olle Inganäs and Lena Torell.
SeriesSolid state ionics -- vol.60 (1-3)
ContributionsInganäs, Olle., Torell, Lena.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL19430117M

Ionicity can also be induced to a neutral polymer by post-polymerization is indeed an emerging field whose capabilities have been somehow overshadowed by the popularity of ionic liquids. About this book. The applications of ionic liquids can be enormously expanded by arranging the organic ions in the form of a polymer. Books. Publishing Support. Login. (viscous modulus) at a frequency of 1 rad s −1)] and ionic conductivity of a gel polymer electrolyte (PMMA 1 M LiTf in PC). The data are taken from Ref. 44 (d) Popall M. and Durand H. Electrochim. Acta 37 Crossref Google Scholar. Schmidt H. J. .

Ionic polymer metal composites (IPMCs) can generate a voltage when physically deformed. Conversely, an applied small voltage or electrical field can induce an array of spectacular large deformation or actuation behaviours in IPMCs, such as bending, twisting, rolling, twirling, steering and undulating. An important smart material, IPMCs have applications in energy harvesting and as self-powered. Polymer science and technology is not only a fundamental science but also important from the industrial and commercial point of view. The author has interwoven discussion of these subjects with the basics in polymer science and technology. Testimony to the high acceptance of this book is that early demand required reprinting and updating of each.

Theoretical and experimental investigation of the shape memory properties of an ionic polymer–metal composite. Smart Materials and Structures , 26 (4), DOI: /X/aa61e9. Wen-Fu Lee, Pei-Ying Liu. Ionic polymers are used for various applications, including proton exchange membrane for fuel cells and templating agents for metal/semiconductor nanoparticles and inorganic/organic hybrid materials. They include conventional polymers, such as water-soluble highly charged polyelectrolytes and water-insoluble poorly charged ionomers.


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