conducting polymer

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conducting polymer

[kən′dək·tiŋ ′päl·ə·mər]
(materials)
A plastic having high conductivity, approaching that of metals.
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Sylumis, a leading manufacturer of LED lighting systems based in Lieusaint, France, has successfully replaced metal with a thermally conductive polymer solution from PolyOne in a new, larger model of its Orion range of LED spot lamps.
Patent 8,470,743 (June 25, 2013), "A Composite Superconductor and Methods of Providing Same Include a Superconductor Powder Dispersed within a Conductive Polymer Matrix," Carlton Anthony Taft, Gerson Silva Paiva, and Nelson Cesar Chaves Pinto Furtado (Brazil).
PEDOT; principles and applications of an intrinsically conductive polymer.
A light emitting structure can be produced by coating a quartz or glass substrate with a high work function metal which has a nonconjugated conductive polymer film on the metal and a low work function metal deposited on the nonconjugated polymer.
Further conductive polymer growth will be moderated by continued offshore electronics production.
Contact: Susan Barkal Technical Product Manager, Tantalum, Conductive Polymer & Aluminum Capacitors SusanBarkal@kemet.
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The Award recognizes the company's significant contributions toward the development of conductive polymer technology, trademarked Plexcore(TM), which will help enable broad market commercialization of a wide variety of organic electronic devices.
John led Crosslink for the past seven years, developing world-class scientific and management teams, and solidifying the company's IP position with the most comprehensive conductive polymer portfolio.
KEMET has strengthened its leadership position in ESR and CV with these new releases in the Conductive Polymer - T520 series.
Dow Corning Corporation has signed a joint development contract with Scotland's INVINT Limited, specialists in conductive polymer interconnect technology.
The investment in a new conductive polymer technology was made in partnership with CAPE, the Center for Advanced Photonics and Electronics at the University of Cambridge.