Field Responsive Polymers. Electroresponsive, by Ishrat M. Khan, Joycelyn S. Harrison

By Ishrat M. Khan, Joycelyn S. Harrison

content material: Microwave and optical homes of undertaking polymers : from easy learn to purposes / P. Hourquebie, P. Buvat, and D. Marsacq --
Separation and focus of anionic natural electrolytes via electrotransport via polyethylene movies grafted with cationic polymers / Kazunori Yamada, Koki Sasaki, and Mitsuo Hirata --
Ionic polymer-metal composites as biomimetic sensors and actuators-artificial muscle groups / M. Shahinpoor, Y. Bar-Cohen, T. Xue, Joycelyn S. Harrison, and J. Smith --
Nonaqueous polymer electrolytes for electrochromic units / J.R. Stevens, W. Wieczorek, D. Raducha, and K.R. Jeffrey --
Morphology and luminescence houses of poly(phenylenevinylene) and poly(N-vinylpyrrolidone) polyblends / King-Fu Lin, Lu-Kuen Chang, and Horng-Long Cheng --
an summary of the piezoelectric phenomenon in amorphous polymers / Zoubeida Ounaies, Jennifer A. younger, and Joycelyn S. Harrison --
The electrorheological homes of chitosan sulfate suspensions / Shuizhu Wu and Jiarui Shen --
Field-responsive conjugated polymers / Karim Faïd and Mario Leclerc --
Dielectric and electro-optical houses of a ferroelectric side-chain liquid crystalline polysiloxane containing azobenzene dyes as visitor molecules / Rong-Ho Lee, Ging-Ho Hsiue, and Ru-Jong Jeng --
excessive dielectric consistent (microwave frequencies) polymer composites / Shailendra Negi, Keith Gordon, Saeed M. Khan, and Ishrat M. Khan --
id of serious structure-function relationships within the education of polymer skinny motion pictures for electro-optic modulator purposes / A.W. Harper, F. Wang, J. Chen, M. Lee, and L.R. Dalton --
Novel facet chain liquid crystalline polymers for quadratic nonlinear optics / F. Kajzar, Gangadhara, S. Ponrathnam, C. Noël, and D. Reyx --
Dielectric leisure and second-order nonlinearity of copolymethacrylates containing tolane-based mesogenic teams / Ging-Ho Hsiue, Ru-Jong Jeng, and Rong-Ho Lee --
Photorefractive polymers and polymer-dispersed liquid crystals / B. Kippelen, A. Golemme, E. Hendrickx, J.F. Wang, S.R. Marder, and N. Peyghambarian --
Novel photorefractive fabrics in accordance with multifunctional natural glasses / Qing Wang, Nikko Quevada, Ali Gharavi, and Luping Yu --
An oligo(3-alkylthiophene) containing fabric displaying excessive photorefractivity / Wenjie Li, Alireza Gharavi, Qing Wang, and Luping Yu --
technique for the synthesis of recent multifunctional polymers for photorefractive functions / K.D. Belfield, C. Chinna, O. Najjar, S. Sriram, and K.J. Schafer --
Stimuli-responsive habit of N, N-dimethylaminoethyl methacrylate polymers and their hydrogels / Fu-Mian Li, Shuang-Ji Chen, Fu-Sheng Du, Zhi-Qiang Wu, and Zi-Chen Li --
Thermoreversible gelation of syndiotactic poly(methyl methacrylate) dependent block copolymers in o-xylene / J.M. Yu and R. Jerome --
artificial layout of "responsive" surfaces / David E. Bergbreiter --
Thermosensitive houses of flat poly(tetrafluoroethylene) plates surface-grafted with N-isopropylacrylamide and 2-(dimethylamino)ethyl methacrylate / Kiyomi Matsuda, Naoki Shibata, Kazunori Yamada, and Mitsuo Hirata --
Temperature- and pH-responsive polymers for managed polypeptide drug supply / C. Ramkissoon-Ganorkar, F. Liu, M. Baudyš, and S.W. Kim.

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Figures 22 , 23 and 24 show the relationship between the temperature, voltage , current, power and displacement in a typical IPMC strips. Note that the behaviour of this material at low temperatures resembles more a semi-conductor type response to colder temperatures rather than a typical metalic conductor. ; ACS Symposium Series; American Chemical Society: Washington, DC, 1999. ch003 Currant (mA) Figure 22-The relation between the current and the deflection for an IPMC strip that was exposed to room temperature and to -100°C Figure 23-The relation between the power and the deflection for an IPMC strip that was exposed to room temperature and to -100°C.

3042-10, San Diego, California, March (1997) 53. Shahinpoor, M. ," Electrically-Induced Large Amplitude Vibration and Resonance Characteristics of Ionic Polymeric Membrane-Metal Composites,", Proceedings of 1997 SPIE Smart Materials and Structures Conference, vol. 3041-76, San Diego, California, March (1997) 54. , "Electrically Activated Mechanochemical Devices Using Polyelectrolyte Gels", Chemistry Letters, pp1285-1288, 1985. 55. , "Mechanism and Process of Chemomechanical Contraction of polyelectrolyte Gels Under Electric Field", Polymers for Advanced Technologies, vol.

The IPMC strips were chemically composited with Platinum. 0V amplitude alternating wave at varying frequency. In order to study the feasibility of using IPMC artificial muscles as vibration damper, a series of muscles made from I P M C s were cut into strips and attached either end-to-end or to one fixed platform and another movable platform in a cantilever configuration. By applying a low voltage the movement of the free end of the beam could be calibrated and its response measured, accordingly.

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