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DOI: 10.14704/nq.2019.17.11.NQ19112

Synthesis and Characterizations of New Conducting Polymers Composites as Membrane, Conductivity and Thermal Studies

Oras Jasim Obies, Dr. Mohammed Ali Mutar, Dr. Raheem Gaaed Kadhim


The composites are having the capability of combining constitutive component’s individual properties, creating distinctive materials with certain characteristics proper for specific applications. The major goal of the presented research is developing polymeric reinforced composite materials, that is considered to be anti-static as well as light. Polyaniline (PAni) can be defined as major conductive material because of its capability to be existing in various intrinsic redox states. The potential regarding conducting the synthesis of PAni on the vegetable fibres as well as involving it in the polymeric matrices, including polyamide-6,6 which is enabling creating anti-static reinforced materials.PAni:nylon-6,6 (PANI:Ny-6,6) as well as the composite films have been subjected to preparation through a process of diffusion as well as the aniline’s oxidative polymerization in Ny-6,6 as well as nylon 6 matrixes. Composite films have been subjected to characterization through SEM, FTIR, in addition to their electrical properties. Surface electrical conductivity that is related to HCl of (1M) doped composite films increase and increment in film’s PAn contents. Studying electrical properties within certain isothermal conditions at temperature in range (50-200Celsius) indicated that composite films have been stable in ambient conditions not more than a temperature of 90 Celsius with regard to DC electrical conductivity retention.


Composites, Conductivity, Thermal Stability, Membrane, Nylon 6, 6

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