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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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Panasonic has launched the industry's first surface-mounted conductive polymer hybrid aluminum electrolytic capacitor which is only 6.
Patent 9,238,879 (January 19, 2016), "Method of Fabricating Thermal Conductive Polymer," Yongrak Moon and Kangmin Jung (SK Innovation Co.
Due to the combination of both materials, when bent, the electrical conductivity is greater all in all than in a layer made purely of conductive polymer or a layer made purely of metal nanoparticles.
By utilizing an organic conductive polymer as the cathode plate of the capacitor, this technology results in low ESR, high ripple current capability, and improved capacitance retention at high frequency.
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.
Another category of tantalum capacitors with solid electrolyte, developed more recently than those with liquid electrolyte or manganese dioxide cathodes, employs conductive polymer cathode materials, most frequently Polypyrrole or PEDT.
KEMET Corporation (NYSE: KEM), a manufacturer of tantalum, ceramic, aluminium, film, paper and electrolytic capacitors, has added T522 Reduced Leakage Polymer Tantalum Series to its KEMET Organic Capacitor (KO-CAP) Conductive Polymer portfolio.
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.
Made from an inherently conductive polymer compound, the caps have a non-sloughing material in dark green to meet the requirements of M5501/32.
In addition, the string-like structure may lead to new applications, for example, conductive plastic wires, if the string component was a conductive polymer and the matrix was an insulator with good mechanical properties.
Electrochemical copolymerization of pyrrole and N-substituted pyrroles has been used to a limited extent to control the electronic properties of conductive polymer films (16-19).