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The Most Needed Base Resin for Future Electrically Conductive Compound Developments

SpecialChem / Jul 1, 2011

When looking at the recent Click 'N Vote results 'Electrical conductivity: What is the most needed base resin for future electrically conductive compound developments?' it clearly appears a high number of respondents and the spreading of chosen polymers confirming that the conductive polymers are an actual and general issue. Industrialized or developing applications include items as various as permanent antistatic solutions, solar cells, electronic paper, inexpensive RFID tags, conductive seals, artificial muscles, sensors and actuators, ESD and conductive parts for automobile, E&E, and industry; printed electronics, organic photovoltaics (OPV), touch screens, printed sensors, OLED lighting, electrochemical biosensor, tactile sensing 'skins', and thermal sensors...

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