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Conductivity of triiodide salts in vapor-swollen commodity polymers

Abstract : Organic triiodide salts dispersed in PVC, PMMA, or other polymers exhibit low electrical conductivity in dry films. Exposed to organic vapors, the film conductivity rises by as much as 10(6). The magnitude of the change is compound-specific, providing a tool for qualitative analysis.
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Ll Miller, Dc Boyd, Aj Schmidt, Sc Nitzkowski, Stéphane Rigaut. Conductivity of triiodide salts in vapor-swollen commodity polymers. Chemistry of Materials, American Chemical Society, 2001, 13 (1), pp.9+. ⟨10.1021/cm0006300⟩. ⟨hal-01475063⟩



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