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“…However, melt spinning is less popular when it comes to spinning CPs into fibers due to the complexity of the process. Several parameters need to be optimized to spin the fiber, such as temperature profile, throughput, take-off, and winding speeds [ 100 ]. Melt-spun fibers of PANI/polypropylene blends by Kim et al [ 101 ] showed low conductivity because of the inhomogeneous distribution of PANI in the fiber.…”
Section: Conducting Polymers For Ppementioning
“…Coating of PPE fabrics with graphene-based CPs is the technique in focus for this section. However, there are other CPs that could be potentially employed with these techniques, such as PPy, PEDOT-PSS, PANI, PA, PT, PPP, and PPV [ 100 ]. In situ polymerization, melt mixing, and solvent methods are the common techniques in this process.…”
Section: Conducting Polymers For Ppementioning
“…The following coupling reactions lead to the formation of the polymeric chain. During chemical vapor phase polymerization ( Figure 3 B), the monomer is in gas phase, while the oxidant is adsorbed on the textile [ 57 , 58 , 59 ]. Consequently, the polymerization takes place only on the fabric surface that will be covered by the CP thin film.…”
Section: Fabrication Of Conductive Textile Based On Conductive Polmentioning
“…( A ) Processes starting from a CPs suspension: dip-coating (top) and screen-printing (down) [ 56 ]. ( B ) Automatized plant for the chemical vapor deposition of poly(3,4-ethylenedioxythiophene):polystyrene sulfonate (PEDOT:PSS) on a yarn [ 57 ]. ( C ) Schematic illustration of a modified set-up used for the wet spinning of PEDOT:PSS fibers.…”
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“…During the investigation of EMR shielding characteristics of the textile fabrics with different deposit of conductive additives [ 7 ] it was found that absorption dominated when the total EMR SE was below 20 dB and that reflectance dominated when EMR SE was above 20 dB. Hence, in order to be effective for a radar signature reduction application, SE must be not too high since such a textile material would be too reflective, resulting in the poor radar protection properties [ 8 , 9 ].…”
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