Preparation and properties of some novel polyconjugated polymers

D. R. MacFarlane, L. J. Moore, J. A. Smith

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Abstract

It is not clear to what extent and in what way the polymer structure influences the stability of the doped polymer with respect to oxidation etc. In this work the authors have prepared and doped a variety of novel aromatic and non-aromatic poly conjugated polymers. Poly(acrylonitrile) and poly(methylvinyl ketone), when reacted in solution with base, both cyclise via ring closure processes to form ladder polymers. The cyclisation process does not necessarily go to completion on each polymer chain so that the expected product could be likened to a multi-block copolymer of the cyclised and uncyclised forms. The work to date has found that polymers which have been cyclised to the extent of 50% yield electrical conductivities as high as 1. 35 multiplied by 10** minus **2 Scm** minus **1 in the case of Li** plus doped cyclised poly(methylvinyl ketone). Cyclised poly(acrylonitrile) had an electrical conductivity of 3. 13 multiplied by 10** minus **8 Scm** minus **1 under similar circumstances but reached 1. 1 multiplied by 10** minus **4 Scm** minus **1 when doped with C10//4** minus .

Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationPolymer 85
Subtitle of host publicationAn International Symposium on Characterization and Analysis of Polymers
PublisherRoyal Australian Chemical Inst, Polymer Div
Pages453-454
Number of pages2
ISBN (Print)0909589437
Publication statusPublished - 1 Dec 1985

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MacFarlane, D. R., Moore, L. J., & Smith, J. A. (1985). Preparation and properties of some novel polyconjugated polymers. In Polymer 85: An International Symposium on Characterization and Analysis of Polymers (pp. 453-454). Royal Australian Chemical Inst, Polymer Div.
MacFarlane, D. R. ; Moore, L. J. ; Smith, J. A. / Preparation and properties of some novel polyconjugated polymers. Polymer 85: An International Symposium on Characterization and Analysis of Polymers. Royal Australian Chemical Inst, Polymer Div, 1985. pp. 453-454
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MacFarlane, DR, Moore, LJ & Smith, JA 1985, Preparation and properties of some novel polyconjugated polymers. in Polymer 85: An International Symposium on Characterization and Analysis of Polymers. Royal Australian Chemical Inst, Polymer Div, pp. 453-454.

Preparation and properties of some novel polyconjugated polymers. / MacFarlane, D. R.; Moore, L. J.; Smith, J. A.

Polymer 85: An International Symposium on Characterization and Analysis of Polymers. Royal Australian Chemical Inst, Polymer Div, 1985. p. 453-454.

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MacFarlane DR, Moore LJ, Smith JA. Preparation and properties of some novel polyconjugated polymers. In Polymer 85: An International Symposium on Characterization and Analysis of Polymers. Royal Australian Chemical Inst, Polymer Div. 1985. p. 453-454