Contributions to Science, 4-2 : Nanoscience and nanotechnology research in Catalonia : Special Issue / N. Ferrer-Anglada, Guest editor

Electroactive polymer-carbon nanotube composites: smart organic materials for optoelectronic applications

Wolfgang K. Maser, Raquel Sainz, M. Teresa Martínez, Ana M. Benito


Carbon nanotubes combined with intrinsically conducting polymers
may contribute to further progress in nanoelectronics
and to the development of improved electronic and optoelectronic
devices. This article summarizes our work on highly
functional and processable polyaniline-carbon nanotube composite
materials. It also demonstrates the close relation between
functionality and processing behavior and describes
nanotube-polymer interactions.

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ISSN: 2013-410X (electronic edition); 1575-6343 (print edition)