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Keywords: Polyaniline, Escherichia coli, Neutral red, Luria bertania glucose, CV, EIS.
Optical conductivity of polyaniline increases in presence of aluminium nanoparticles due to the decrease in optical band gap.
Among the conducting polymers, polyaniline (PANI) is the most promising polymer due to its simple synthesis, controllable electrical conductivity, and good environmental stability.
1] is attributed to the presence of carboxylic groups of sodium salicylate in the polyaniline coating.
Now a days conducting polymer polyaniline is used as adsorbent for the removal of dyes and heavy metal.
Polyaniline, one of the most promising intrinsically conducting polymers, has received considerable attention due to its straightforward polymerization, chemical stability, high conductivity, and potential for use in electronic devices, batteries, and sensors.
1996, Synthesis of high molecular weight polyaniline at low temperatures, Synth.
The polyaniline sensors performed particularly well in all the tests and the researchers blended it with insulating polymers such as polystyrene, polyvinyl alcohol or polyvinyl chloride to improve its mechanical strength, the statement said.
Earlier work on printable conductors was focused on organic materials such as polyaniline and PEDOT doped with PSS.
There are various polymeric films, such as polypyrrole (PPY), polyaniline (PANI), poly (3-methylethiophene) (PMT), poly(3,4-ethylenedioxythiophene) (PEDOT) etc.
1) Among the conducting polymers, polyaniline (PANi), polypyrrole (PPy) and their derivatives have been regarded as the most important conducting polymers owing to their stability and synthesis advantages.
They did this using polyaniline (PANI), a polymer that consists of phenyl rings connected by nitrogen groups.