Mihaela C Iovu

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Regioregular polythiophene-based conductive copolymers with highly crystalline nanostructures are shown to hold considerable promise as the active layer in volatile organic compound (VOC) chemresistor sensors. While the regioregular polythiophene polymer chain provides a charge conduction path, its chemical sensing selectivity and sensitivity can be altered(More)
Multiple regioregular polythiophene polymers with a variety of side chains, end groups and secondary polymer chains were used as active sensing layers in a single chip chemresistor sensor array device. A custom inkjet system was used to selectively deposit the polymers onto the array of transduction electrodes. The sensor demonstrated sensitivity and(More)
Regioregular poly(3-alkylthiophenes) (PATs) represent an important class of polymers that are environmentally stable and display high electrical conductivity. Despite their excellent electrical properties, PATs do not exhibit very good mechanical and processing properties. This issue is addressed here by integrating poly(3-alkylthiophene) in copolymer(More)
Introduction Polythiophenes (PTs) continue to be one of the most versatile and extensively studied conjugated polymer systems due to their exceptional spectroscopic and electronic properties, and the ease of synthesis of PTs derivatives. Practical and potential applications of PT derivatives include rechargeable battery,
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