S D Meshram
Articles written in Bulletin of Materials Science
Volume 29 Issue 4 August 2006 pp 413-416 Thin Films
This paper describes the results of thermally stimulated discharge conductivity study of activated charcoal–polyvinyl chloride (PVC) thin film thermoelectrets. TSDC has been carried out in the temperature range 308–400°K and at four different polarizing fields. Results are discussed on the basis of mobility of activated charcoal and polyvinyl chloride chains.
Volume 30 Issue 2 April 2007 pp 163-166 Polymers
The electrical conductivity of naphthalene doped polystyrene (PS) films (≈ 61.58 𝜇m thick) was studied as a function of dopant concentration and temperature. The formation of charge transfer (CT) complexes and strong concentration dependence of carrier mobility point out that the current carriers are transported through doped polymer system via hopping among sites associated with the dopant molecules. The activation energy, 𝐸a, was calculated from the graph of log𝜎vs 103/𝑇 plot within low and high temperature regions.
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