Intensity following ellipsometric investigations of red - ox conversion in polyaniline films
- Kazimierz Brudzewski,
- B. Grodzicka,
- D. Gronkowski
The ellipsometric method has been successfully applied to the investigations of thin conductive polymer layers and particularly polyaniline films . High sensitivity of the intensity-following ellipsometric method as well as a microsecond resolution of the measurements enable to evidence the rapid changes occurring during the oxidation-reduction processes and therefore to characterize precisely the electrochemical conversion undergoing in thin polyaniline films. The reversibility, stability and reproducibility of the electrochemical processes are investigated, and the results can serve as a basis for applications of polyaniline in the electrochemical systems requiring high time stability.
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- Synthetic Metals, ISSN 0379-6779
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- DOI:10.1016/0379-6779(91)91229-4 Opening in a new tab
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