Polymer conductors

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  • Introduction: Other than in solutions or in ionic liquids, ionic conduction can take place in the solid state also. The solids that exhibit ionic conduction are called ‘solid-state ionic conductors’. Based on the charge of ionic species responsible for the conduction, they are divided into cationic and anionic conductors; then, based on specific species involved in the conduction, they are further subdivided into sodium ion conductors, proton conductors, fluorine ion conductors, and so on.

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  • This book presents a collection of recent and extended academic works in selected topics of biomedical technology, biomedical instrumentations, biomedical signal processing and bio-imaging. This wide range of topics provide a valuable update to researchers in the multidisciplinary area of biomedical engineering and an interesting introduction for engineers new to the area. The techniques covered include modelling, experimentation and discussion with the application areas ranging from bio-sensors development to neurophysiology, telemedicine and biomedical signal classification....

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  • Electrochemistry, long-time corner stone for fundamental chemistry and physics, now plays an important role in many areas of applied science and technology. A very broad range of applications of electrochemical principles and technologies is found in materials science. Electrochemical deposition of metals and alloys, formation of oxide films and semi-conductors, corrosion and corrosion protection, new polymer materials that can switch between metallic conductivity and semi-conducting properties, and new applications in fast-evolving nanotechnologies are just some of the examples....

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  • Introduction: The electrolyte solution is a major component of all battery systems and as such will greatly influence energy densities (thermodynamic properties such as Gibbs energy, enthalpy, and ionic activity) and power densities (nonthermodynamic properties such as viscosity, conductivity, and transference). The electrolyte solution consists of a liquid or solid phase containing at least one component, e.g., water, which is called the solvent, and an ionizable substance, e.g., a salt or an acid, which is called the electrolyte. ...

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