Study Examines Conductive Polymers as Anticorrosion Pigments
September 19, 2000
BERLIN — The use of conductive polymers as anticorrosion pigments is the subject of a recently completed study conducted at Wollongong University in Australia. The study focused on chemical and electrochemical degradation of the polymer pigments and the protection mechanism that results.
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