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Nanostructured conducting polymers possess many advantageous properties over conventional, bulk counterparts. Since the properties of nanomaterials are highly dependent on their size, shape, and alignment over a macroscopic area, controlling these factors for nanoscale conducting polymers is of great importance. The technique of electrospinning was utilized to fabricate alignment nanofibers conductive polymer that diameters less 100 nm. In this work, nanofibers were electrospun from polymer blends of polyaniline doped with camphorsulfonic acid PAni.CSA and polyethylene oxide PEO in chloroform,…mehr

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Nanostructured conducting polymers possess many advantageous properties over conventional, bulk counterparts. Since the properties of nanomaterials are highly dependent on their size, shape, and alignment over a macroscopic area, controlling these factors for nanoscale conducting polymers is of great importance. The technique of electrospinning was utilized to fabricate alignment nanofibers conductive polymer that diameters less 100 nm. In this work, nanofibers were electrospun from polymer blends of polyaniline doped with camphorsulfonic acid PAni.CSA and polyethylene oxide PEO in chloroform, more experiments were performed in order to find the optimal process parameters that generate the minimum nanofibers diameters and the best alignment. For the electronic application of prepared alignment nanofibers conductive polymer, the organic solar cells have been fabricated employing PAni.CSA/PEO nanofibers, by using nano particles TiO2 as n-type layer, and PAni.CSA/PEO as p-type layeron Al/(PAni.CSA/PEO)/TiO2/ITO solar cells.
Autorenporträt
Tariq J. Alwan: received his M.Sc. and Ph.D. degree in Physics/ Materials Science, M.Sc. from Baghdad University and Ph.D. from Al- Mustansiriyah University in 2001 and 2014 respectively. His research interests include: semiconductor thin films, polymer, conductive polymer,nanofibers, superconductivity composites and organic solar cell.