Conductive Thin Polymer Films with Graphitic Nanomaterials
This SBIR Phase I project will focus on development of conductive polymer films using graphitic nanomaterials. In the proposed effort, ASI will fabricate a new generation of conductive polymer films having targeted and uniform resistivity. The proposed approach is to disperse graphitic nanomaterials into solutions of organic solvent and polyimide resin. Dispersion will be quantified with a new technique developed in collaboration with DOD laboratories. Films will be fabricated using spray deposition. The resultant material will be a uniform, flexible, mechanically robust, thin conductive film with electrical resistivity variation
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