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Towards Robust Electroactive Biomaterials. / Firlak, Melike; Shah, Sayed; Halcovitch, Nathan; Baldock, Sara; Mort, Richard; Robinson, Benjamin; Hardy, John.

2017. Poster session presented at 13th International Conference on Materials Chemistry (MC13), Liverpool, United Kingdom.

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Firlak, M, Shah, S, Halcovitch, N, Baldock, S, Mort, R, Robinson, B & Hardy, J 2017, 'Towards Robust Electroactive Biomaterials', 13th International Conference on Materials Chemistry (MC13), Liverpool, United Kingdom, 10/07/17 - 13/07/17.

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Firlak, M., Shah, S., Halcovitch, N., Baldock, S., Mort, R., Robinson, B., & Hardy, J. (2017). Towards Robust Electroactive Biomaterials. Poster session presented at 13th International Conference on Materials Chemistry (MC13), Liverpool, United Kingdom.

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Firlak M, Shah S, Halcovitch N, Baldock S, Mort R, Robinson B et al. Towards Robust Electroactive Biomaterials. 2017. Poster session presented at 13th International Conference on Materials Chemistry (MC13), Liverpool, United Kingdom.

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Firlak, Melike ; Shah, Sayed ; Halcovitch, Nathan ; Baldock, Sara ; Mort, Richard ; Robinson, Benjamin ; Hardy, John. / Towards Robust Electroactive Biomaterials. Poster session presented at 13th International Conference on Materials Chemistry (MC13), Liverpool, United Kingdom.1 p.

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abstract = "Organic electronic materials based on carbon nanotubes, graphene and conducting polymers have interesting optical and electronic properties and have attracted interest for a variety of applications in the technical and medical industries (e.g. batteries, bioactuators, biosensors, electronics, tissue engineering). Examples of conducting polymers include: polyacetylene, polyaniline, polythiophene, polyisothionaphthene, polyparavinylene, polyparaphenylene, polyparaphenylene sulfide, and polypyrrole. Polypyrrole is an interesting candidate polymer because of its biocompatibility and stability under atmospheric conditions, however, one of its drawbacks include poor mechanical properties and processability. With a view to enhancing the mechanical properties of polypyrrole films we have electrochemically produced a series of films including different amounts of biopolymers, and studied them with a variety of techniques (microscopy, spectroscopy etc.). ",
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AU - Firlak, Melike

AU - Shah, Sayed

AU - Halcovitch, Nathan

AU - Baldock, Sara

AU - Mort, Richard

AU - Robinson, Benjamin

AU - Hardy, John

N1 - Conference code: 13

PY - 2017/7/10

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N2 - Organic electronic materials based on carbon nanotubes, graphene and conducting polymers have interesting optical and electronic properties and have attracted interest for a variety of applications in the technical and medical industries (e.g. batteries, bioactuators, biosensors, electronics, tissue engineering). Examples of conducting polymers include: polyacetylene, polyaniline, polythiophene, polyisothionaphthene, polyparavinylene, polyparaphenylene, polyparaphenylene sulfide, and polypyrrole. Polypyrrole is an interesting candidate polymer because of its biocompatibility and stability under atmospheric conditions, however, one of its drawbacks include poor mechanical properties and processability. With a view to enhancing the mechanical properties of polypyrrole films we have electrochemically produced a series of films including different amounts of biopolymers, and studied them with a variety of techniques (microscopy, spectroscopy etc.).

AB - Organic electronic materials based on carbon nanotubes, graphene and conducting polymers have interesting optical and electronic properties and have attracted interest for a variety of applications in the technical and medical industries (e.g. batteries, bioactuators, biosensors, electronics, tissue engineering). Examples of conducting polymers include: polyacetylene, polyaniline, polythiophene, polyisothionaphthene, polyparavinylene, polyparaphenylene, polyparaphenylene sulfide, and polypyrrole. Polypyrrole is an interesting candidate polymer because of its biocompatibility and stability under atmospheric conditions, however, one of its drawbacks include poor mechanical properties and processability. With a view to enhancing the mechanical properties of polypyrrole films we have electrochemically produced a series of films including different amounts of biopolymers, and studied them with a variety of techniques (microscopy, spectroscopy etc.).

M3 - Poster

T2 - 13th International Conference on Materials Chemistry (MC13)

Y2 - 10 July 2017 through 13 July 2017

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