Electrical conductivity of degraded polyacrylonitrile powder by microwave irradiation for supercapacitor devices or other mobile applications.

Spiridon Koutsonas

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    Abstract

    The primary aim of this article is to investigate and compare the static electricconductivity of degraded polyacrylonitrile powders under microwave irradiation in air. Theresistivity of these materials was finally calculated. SEM analysis was used in order tocharacterize the most conductive powder. Polyacrylonitrile microwave conductivity may playan important role in the construction of high porosity area and so in electrochemicalsupercapacitor devices with high performances. Degradation of polyacrylonitrile carbonbased nanoporous materials can be also used in the construction of fuel cells and in polymerlithium batteries.
    LanguageEnglish
    Pages203-205
    JournalMaterials Letters
    Volume193
    Issue number22083
    Early online date2 Feb 2017
    DOIs
    Publication statusPublished - 15 Apr 2017

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    polyacrylonitrile
    Microwave irradiation
    Polyacrylonitriles
    electrochemical capacitors
    Powders
    microwaves
    electrical resistivity
    irradiation
    Fuel cells
    fuel cells
    electric batteries
    Porosity
    Microwaves
    degradation
    porosity
    Degradation
    conductivity
    Scanning electron microscopy
    scanning electron microscopy
    air

    Keywords

    • Polyacrylonitrile
    • conductivity
    • degradation
    • microwave irradiation
    • supercapacitors

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