Synthetic resins or natural rubbers -- part of the class 520 ser – Synthetic resins – Polymers from only ethylenic monomers or processes of...
526169, 526316, 526237, 252518, 252500, C08F 406, H01B 106
This invention relates to an electrically conductive p-doped poly(.beta.-diketone) and a process for forming same utilizing WCl.sub.6 as the polymerization catalyst. Doping of the resulting polymer with iodine dopant in either solution or the vapor phase or with tetracyanoquinodimethane (TCNQ) or AsF.sub.5 results in a conductive polymer having good stability in air.
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Hwang Edward F.
Barr Josephine L.
McDowell, Jr. William W.
Plunkett Richard P.
W. R. Grace & Co.
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