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TitleBacterial nanocellulose as a structured platform for conductive biopolymers
Author(s)Dourado, Fernando
Muller, Daliana
Nunes, Catarina Rodrigues Lopes
Rambo, Carlos 
Barra, Guilherme Mariz de Oliveira
Issue date2016
PublisherCRC Press
CitationDourado, Fernando, Chapter 12 - Bacterial nanocellulose as a structured platform for conductive biopolymers. In Miguel Gama, Paul Gatenholm, Dieter Klemm,, Bacterial Nanocellulose: a Sophisticated Multifunctional Material, Florence KY: CRC Press, 2016. ISBN: 9781439869918, 239-264
Abstract(s)[Exert] Since the discovery that polyacetylene could be doped to the metallic state more than 3 decades ago, an ever-growing body of a multidisciplinary approach to material design, synthesis, and system integration has been evidenced. The present chapter will primarily review the emerging field of intrinsically conducting polymer and conductive polymer blends, with polyaniline and polypyrrole as the major representatives of conducting polymers. This survey will also address some of the potential areas for applications of such conductive polymer blends. Also, current results concerning the chemical polymerization of conducting polymers on bacterial nanocellulose (BNC) will be presented, including brief remarks on the rationale for the use of conductive BNC blends. This will be followed by a discussion on their properties and potential applications (...).
TypeBook part
URIhttp://hdl.handle.net/1822/41567
ISBN978-1-4398-6991-8
Publisher versionhttp://www.crcpress.com/product/isbn/9781439869918
Peer-Reviewedyes
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