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18 June 2004 Dimethylaniline doped as conductor polymer
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As conductor polymers and organic materials as Polyacetylene was first doped material, however present high sensitivity to environment, while the polyanilines present high stability in this conditions, so dimetylaniline doped in acids conditions shown good electricity conductivity material without polymerization in their structure, since can use a commercial polymer to maintain cohesion among the molecules, as the adhesive UHU, basically compound by polyvinyl acetate. We use this adhesive blended with hydrochloric acid adding later on dimethylaniline, controlling the quantities of hydrochloric acid and dimethylaniline determining so the coloration and the resistivity of the material, presenting clear brown color to produce the acid excess, with grizzly green color correspond to dimethylaniline excess. The resistivities are of 3 to 4 KΩ to be in solution, with gel consistency their resistivity it varies the order of 58 to 100 kΩ.
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Lilia Castro-Leyva, Arturo Olivares-Perez, I. Soto-Lopez, Israel Fuentes-Tapia, and Mario Perez-Cortes "Dimethylaniline doped as conductor polymer", Proc. SPIE 5351, Organic Photonic Materials and Devices VI, (18 June 2004);

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