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- Electrical behavior of PU/POMA blends
- Universidade Estadual Paulista (UNESP)
- The incorporation of conducting polymer into a conventional polymer matrix has received attention because of the possibility of combining the good processability and mechanical performance of the conventional polymer with the electrical and optical properties of conducting polymer. In this work, flexible films of polyurethane (PU) and Poli(o-metoxyaniline)(POMA) blends were obtained by casting and investigated using thermally stimulated depolarisation current (TSDC) measurements. Two relaxation peaks were found in the range of-20°C to 90°C. The first one at T=24°C was attributed as α relaxation associated to the glass transition of PU/POMA blend and the second one located at T=60°C can be attributed to space charge.
- Proceedings - International Symposium on Electrets, v. 2005, p. 307-308.
- Chemical relaxation
- Conducting polymers
- Electric properties
- Mechanical properties
- Plastics casting
- Conventional polymer matrix
- Electrical behavior
- Mechanical performance
- Thermally stimulated depolarisation current (TSDC)
- Polymer blends
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