Plastic and nonmetallic article shaping or treating: processes – With twining – plying – braiding – or textile fabric formation
C264S184000, C264S210800, C264S211120, C264S211170, C264S232000, C264S344000
A composition of matter suitable for spinning polyaniline fiber, a method for spinning electrically conductive polyaniline fiber, a method for exchanging dopants in polyaniline fibers, and methods for dedoping and redoping polyaniline fibers are described.
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Adams Phillip N.
Brown Lori A.
Fadeev Andrei G.
Mattes Benjamin R.
Norris Ian D.
Cochran Freund & Young LLC
Freund Samuel M.
Santa Fe Science and Technology, Inc.
Tentoni Leo B
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