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    Title: Thermally stable self-doped functionalized polyanilines
    Authors: Han, Chien-Chung;Lu, Chia-Hui
    Teacher: 韓建中
    Date: 2007/9/25
    Keywords: sulfonated-polyaniline
    thermal evaporation
    acid moiety
    conducting polymers
    Thermally stable
    Abstract: Just like other conducting polymers, polyanilines are useful for many important electric and electrooptical applications. A self-doped polyaniline that contains a stable/immobile, covalently bonded acid moiety on the backbone is highly desired, due to their greater resistances to solvent-washing, rain-flushing, and thermal evaporation.The present invention discloses a new type of thermally stable self-doped functionalized polyanilines that are thermally much more stable than the previously reported sulfonated-polyaniline, which was believed to be the most thermally stable self-doped polyaniline known in the art. The present invention also discloses a new and effective method for making this new type of thermally stable self-doped functionalized polyanilines.
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