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Title: Effect of elevated annealing temperature on electrical conductivity and magnetic properties of iron phthalocyanine polymer
Authors: Tomar, Manisha
Ashar, A. Z.
Narayan, K. S.
Muellen, Klaus
Jacob, Josemon
Keywords: Polymer Science
Quinoline
Biquinoline
Donor-acceptor
Cyclopentadithiophene
2,1,3-benzothiadiazole
Optical properties
Heterojunction Solar-Cells
Band-Gap Polymers
Donor-Acceptor Copolymers
Conjugated Polymers
Electrochemical Properties
Optoelectronic Properties
Organic Photovoltaics
Facile Synthesis
Systems
Electroluminescence
Issue Date: 2016
Publisher: Springer
Citation: Tomar, M.; Ashar, A. Z.; Narayan, K. S.; Mullen, K.; Jacob, J., Effect of elevated annealing temperature on electrical conductivity and magnetic properties of iron phthalocyanine polymer. Journal of Polymer Research 2016, 23 (3), 1-9 http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/s10965-016-0940-6
Journal of Polymer Research
23
3
Abstract: A novel iron phthaocyanine (FePc) polymer was prepared via the polymerization of phthalonitrile with ferrous chloride and investigated for morphology, crystallinity, conductivity, dielectric and magnetic properties at different annealing temperatures from 300 A degrees C to 700 A degrees C. The results showed that the elevating annealing temperature could significantly change the morphology and microstructure of FePc polymer, leading to the formation of the turbostratic carbon, alpha-Fe phase and cemetite, and enhance electrical conductivity and magnetic properties. It was worth noting that the dramatic transition of conductivity, dielectric and magnetic properties appeared when the annealing temperature was 550 A degrees C. The electrical conductivity of the samples exhibited a transition of electrical behavior from an insulator to semiconductor. And the saturation and remanent magnetization of the annealed FePc polymer increased from 0.24 to 6.18 emu/g and from 0.03 to 2.38 emu/g, respectively. The pyrolysis of FePc polymer annealed at high temperature was believed to become a good way to get electrical or magnetic materials.
Description: Restricted Access
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10572/2140
ISSN: 1022-9760
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