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Paper Title : Structure and Properties of Polyaniline and Polyethelene Oxide Composite
ISSN : 2395-1303
Year of Publication : 2020
MLA Style: -Dr. Sarika A. Khapre, M. C. Ingale " Structure and Properties of Polyaniline and Polyethelene Oxide Composite" Volume 6 - Issue 5(31-35) September - October,2020 International Journal of Engineering and Techniques (IJET) ,ISSN:2395-1303 , www.ijetjournal.org
APA Style: -Dr. Sarika A. Khapre, M. C. Ingale " Structure and Properties of Polyaniline and Polyethelene Oxide Composite" Volume 6 - Issue 5(31-35) September - October,2020 International Journal of Engineering and Techniques (IJET) ,ISSN:2395-1303 , www.ijetjournal.org
- In the Present work blend was studied with the help of characterization, electrical conductivity and comparative study of PAni-PEO, The Scanning Electron Microscopy (SEM) has been carried out to characterize the samples. From the IR spectroscopy, it was noticed that, conductive blends were formed. And the corresponding peak observed in all shows the presence of PAni, PEO TGA/DTA data shows that, interaction between the polymers. Thermal analysis is the analysis of a change in a property of a sample, which is related to an imposed change in the temperature. TG measures mass changes in a material as a function of temperature (or time) under a controlled atmosphere and In DTA, the temperature of a sample is compared with that of an inert reference material during a programmed change of temperature.. DC conductivity measurement shows that, blends follow Arrhenius law. It was noticed that at 9wt% of PAni-PEO blend showed maximum conductivity. It was found to be 6.78439x10-07 S cm-1. From observations it is clear that all blends show the ionic conduction. The ionic transference number was measured for all wt% of PAni –PEO.
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Polaniline, Polyethyline oxide, PAni –PEO