Electrically Conductive Composite of Polyaniline-Aramid and Its Application as a Cathode Material for Secondary Battery

@article{Koga1989ElectricallyCC,
  title={Electrically Conductive Composite of Polyaniline-Aramid and Its Application as a Cathode Material for Secondary Battery},
  author={Keiko Koga and Sumio Yamasaki and Koichiro Narimatsu and Motowo Takayanagi},
  journal={Polymer Journal},
  year={1989},
  volume={21},
  pages={733-738}
}
An electroconductive composite of polyaniline and poly(p-phenylene terephthal-amide) (PPTA) was prepared to provide a light-weight, self-supporting, conductive polymeric film. The electropolymerization of aniline was conducted in acidic water on the electrode covered with the PPTA film. The composite is a flexible self-supporting film having a tensile modulus of 2 GPa and tensile strength of 160 MPa. The results of cyclic voltammetry and battery test on the composite electrode revealed that the… CONTINUE READING

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