Synthesis of New Conductive Electronic Polymers
Conductive materials widen the horizon in science and technology, and it is not only chemists to whom they present a challenge. This paper is an attempt to demonstrate the infinite variety of scientific thought required to explore the various stimulating areas of organic chemistry involved. The scope is far too wide to be covered by the one contribution.
KeywordsSynthetic Metal Lewis Acid Catalyst Electron Microscope Photograph Polypyrrole Film Stimulate Area
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