Susheel Kumar Singh, RK Shukla and CK Dixit
One of the key new materials for the quickly advancing technology of PANI-based electronic devices, such as sensors, corrosion resistance, and radar absorbent materials, is polyaniline, or PANI. On the other hand, PANI is more difficult to work with than other common polymers and plastics. PANI is difficult to process because of its strong structure, which is a result of its high conjugation level. The development of PANI-based composites and blends is an alternate response to the difficulties encountered during the processing of neat PANI. This study focuses on the distinctive qualities and applications of the PANI processing research activities from 2003 to the present.
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