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29 March 2011 Induced interaction of NH4NO3 with poly(p-phenlene vinylene) by mean of zeolite Y
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Chemical sensor technologies play an important role in development and improvement of public health and environment through applications in many areas. Conducting polymers are unique among the sensing materials known to us at present. They have many advantages over conventional metal sensors. Poly(p-phenylenevinylene) (PPV) can serve as the active material in sensor devices because PPV possesses good optical and electrical properties, and it can be synthesized by a relative simple technique. Zeolite is chosen to be introduced into a polymer matrix in order to increase sensitivity toward ammonium nitrate gas. This work will focus on the effect of Si/Al ratio and cation type on the electrical conductivity sensitivity towards the target gas.
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Jirarat Kamonsawas, Anuvat Sirivat, Pimpa Hormnirun, and Walaiporn Prissanaroon "Induced interaction of NH4NO3 with poly(p-phenlene vinylene) by mean of zeolite Y", Proc. SPIE 7976, Electroactive Polymer Actuators and Devices (EAPAD) 2011, 79762W (29 March 2011); https://doi.org/10.1117/12.880219
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