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|Title: ||SYNTHESIS AND CONDUCTIVITY BEHAVIOR OF TERNARY PEO PPG NACLO4 AMORPHOUS BLENDS|
|Authors: ||PAULMER, RDA|
|Keywords: ||poly(ethylene oxide)|
|Issue Date: ||1994|
|Publisher: ||ELSEVIER SCIENCE BV|
|Citation: ||SOLID STATE IONICS, 68(3-4), 243-247|
|Abstract: ||Synthesis and electrical conductivities of polymeric blends in the ternary system PEO-PPG-NaClO4 are reported. The blends change from crystalline to amorphous with progressive substitution of PPG for PEO in the ternary at a fixed PPG concentration. Highest electrical conductivity of 1.85 x 10(-4) (OMEGA cm)-1 at room temperature is observed for a blend, PEO-12%PPG-NaClO4 with O/Na=4. This composition is found to be completely amorphous when characterised by X-ray and DSC. The enhanced ionic conduction in these blends has been attributed to the reduced crystallinity.|
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