Electron localization in polyaniline derivatives

Electron localization in the methyl-ring-substituted derivative of polyaniline, poly(o-toluidine), has been investigated by transport and magnetic measurements

Zhao H. Wang; Hamid H. S. Javadi; Anjan Ray; Alan G. MacDiarmid; Arthur J. Epstein

2002

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  • Electron localization in the methyl-ring-substituted derivative of polyaniline, poly(o-toluidine), has been investigated by transport and magnetic measurements
  • The HCl salt of POT shows greater electron localization than that of PAN due to decreased interchain diffusion rate caused by increased interchain separation and decreased interchain coherence
  • Each of these is attributed to the addition of one CH3 to each C5 ring
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