Electrochemical Properties of Conducting, Nitrogen-Bearing Iodinated Polymers.
Final rept. 15 Oct 83-14 Oct 85,
BROOKLYN COLL NY
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The primary objective of this investigation was to determine the feasibility of using conducting, iodinated polymers as cathode materials for high energy-density, high power-density electrochemical cells with lithium as the anode. The following nitrogen-bearing, conjugated polymers were either prepared or were purchased 2-polyvinylpyridine, cyclized polyacrylonitrile, aniline black, paracyanogen, polyquinoxaline and polybenzimidizole. Only the first three polymers exhibited high electrical conductivity when reacted with iodine.
- Physical Chemistry
- Polymer Chemistry