Electrical properties of lignin
It has been established that the conductivity in lignin is intrinsic and belongs to the mixed type, the greatest contribution to it being made by the electronic and ionic components. An energy spectrum of the yield of photocarriers has been obtained.
KeywordsOrganic Chemistry Electrical Property Energy Spectrum Mixed Type Great Contribution
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