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Conductive Polymer Dispersion Technology

 

AnCatt provides Conductive Polymer Nanoparticle Dispersion Technology. Our conducting polymer nanocomposites (see Figure 1 below ) are easy to be processed. They are extrudable (see Figure 2), and they are soluable in many organic solvents such as ethanol (see figure 3). The dispersed conductive polymer particles are in consistent spindle shapes proximately 100 nm long and 50 nm wide (see figure 4). Conductive polymer could be switched between a conducting state and a non-conducting state.

 

Figure 1 - Composite Powder Figure 2 - Hot Pressed Disc


Figure 3 - Polyaniline Nanocomposite - Ethanol

Emeraldine Base (non-conducting)

Emeraldine - PTSA Salt (conducting)


Electric Microscope Images of nano particles of polyaniline (emeraldine base) / thermoplastic polymer blend. An ethanol solution of the blend powder was dried for the EM study. The particles show the shape of spindles with size of proximately 100 nm long and 50 nm wide.

Figure 4 - Electric Microscope Photographs

Conducting Polymer Nanocomposites in 100 nm scale

Conducting Polymer Nanocomposites in 500 nm scale


Our nanoparticle dispersion technology enables large-scale commercialization of conductive polymer (also know as conductive plastic) applications that have long been anticipated, such as anti-corrosion primers, electrostatic dissipation coatings, electromagnetic interference shielding, static resistant fibers, conductive inks, conductive toners, conductive adhesives, conductive textiles, etc.

Our innovative Environmentally Friendly Heavy-Duty Anti-Corrosion Coating Technologies have successfully utilized this dispersion in corrosion protections, and our coatings have withstood over 13,000 hours of Salt Fog Exposure (ASTM B 117) tests with no appearance of rust or blister. (Click here for detailed testing data and pictures)

The high loading CPND approach shows promise not only for corrosion-resistance, but also as a technology readily incorporated in a wide variety of coating types. The easy-to-process, organic, high-performance, light-weight, low-cost, flexible, transparent, color-changing, conductive CPND nano-scale material should enable other large-scale commercialization of conductive polymer applications. Organic options will soon go from grocery stores to electronic and industrial applications such as Organic Light Emitting Diodes (OLEDs) for lightings, organic TV/personal electronic displays, organic sensors, etc.


2000 Nobel Chemistry Award and Conductive Polymer Applications

 

Read more on conductive polymers and their barriers to applications*

* The Barriers to applications disccused in this link have now been resolved by our technology


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Conducting Polymer Applications

anti-corrosion primers
electrostatic dissipation coatings
electromagnetic interference shielding
static resistant fibers
conductive inks
conductive toners
conductive adhesives
conductive textiles
etc.

More on conductive polymers and applications

Nobel Chemistry 2000



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