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William P Roberts, Leslie A Schulz: Method of forming electrically conductive polymer blends. W R Grace & Co, Richard P Plunkett, William W McDowell Jr, August 5, 1986: US04604427 (84 worldwide citation)

This invention relates to a chemical method of forming an electrically conductive polymer blend which comprises impregnating a non-porous, swellable or soluble host polymer with:


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Nicholas Zumbulyadis, William Patrick McKenna, Brian Kenneth Brady: Imaging element containing an electrically-conductive polymer blend. Eastman Kodak Company, Carl F Ruoff, October 7, 1997: US05674654 (38 worldwide citation)

Imaging element, such as photographic electrostatographic thermal imaging elements are comprised of a support, an imaging-forming layer, and a transparent electrically-conductive layer which includes an effective amount of polypyrrole/poly(styrene sulfonic acid). In a preferred embodiment, the polyp ...


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Ronald E Myers: Electrically conductive polymer blend. The B F Goodrich Company, James R Lindsay, Alfred D Lobo, October 14, 1986: US04617353 (21 worldwide citation)

A chemical process is provided for forming an electrically conductive polymer blend in which polypyrrole is a minor component. The polypyrrole is formed from a pyrrole monomer, optionally substituted at the 3- and 4-positions. The process comprises forming a solution of a matrix polymer in an anhydr ...


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Zumbulyadis Nicholas, Shaw Klein Lori Jeanne, Gardner Sylvia Alice: Imaging element containing an electrically conductive polymer blend. Eastman Kodak Co, March 11, 1998: EP0828184-A1 (5 worldwide citation)

Imaging element, such as photographic electrostatographic thermal imaging elements are comprised of a support, an imaging-forming layer, and a transparent electrically-conductive layer which includes an effective amount of polyaniline styrene sulfonic acid. In a preferred embodiment, the polyaniline ...


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Kang I Lee, Harriet Jopson: Method for preparing an electrically conductive polymer blend. GTE Laboratories Incorporated, Hamilton Brook Smith & Reynolds, November 10, 1987: US04705645 (5 worldwide citation)

Electrically conductive polymer blends of an acetylene polymer and an elastomer having a low level of unsaturation are disclosed herein. The low level of unsaturation provides resistance to heat, light, oxygen and ozone and yet provides sufficient sites for crosslinking of the blend to provide incre ...


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Ali Afzali Ardakani, Marie Angelopoulos, Vincent Albert Bourgault, Liam David Comerford, Michael Wayne Mirre, Steven Earle Molis, Ravi Saraf, Jane Margaret Shaw, Peter Joseph Spellane, Niranjan Mohanlal Patel: Electrically conductive polymeric materials and use thereof. International Business Machines Corporation, Thomas A Beck, Daniel P Morris, January 2, 2001: US06168732 (4 worldwide citation)

The present invention relates to electrically conductive polymer blend compositions comprising a non-conducting polymeric component and an electrically conducting polymeric component and specific applications to which the blend compositions can be put.


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Taisto Vilkman, Jenni Mustonen, Hannu Minkkinen, Mikko Karttunen: Polymer blend and method of preparing same. Premix Oy, Young & Thompson, December 12, 2006: US07148281 (3 worldwide citation)

A method of preparing an electrically conductive polymer blend, and an electrically conductive polymer blend includes steps of selecting at least two polymeric materials that are substantially immiscible together, mixing the polymeric materials into a blend so that at least one of the polymeric mate ...


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Ali Afzali Ardakani, Marie Angelopoulos, Vincent Albert Bourgault, Liam David Comerford, Michael Wayne Mirre, Steven Earle Molis, Ravi Saraf, Jane Margaret Shaw, Peter Joseph Spellane, Niranjan Mohanlal Patel: Electrically conductive polymeric materials and use thereof. International Business Machine Corporation, Thomas A Beck, September 8, 2009: US07585431 (1 worldwide citation)

This invention is concerned with an electrically conductive polymer blend composition which is a liquid compatible blend, comprising a doped product formed form blending a first solution comprising a Lewis base electrically conductive polymer in undoped form in a first organic solvent with a second ...


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Zumbulyadis Nicholas, Mckenna William Patrick, Brady Brian Kenneth: Imaging element containing an electrically-conductive polymer blend. Eastman Kodak Co, March 25, 1998: EP0831365-A1 (1 worldwide citation)

The imaging element for use in an image-forming process comprises an image-forming layer, on either side of which are a support and a transparent electrically-conductive layer comprising polypyrrole/poly(styrene sulphonic acid).


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Chantal Badre, Lawrence Hough, Ahmed Alsayed: Polymer compositions, polymer films, polymer gels, polymer foams, and electronic devices containing such films, gels and foams. RHODIA OPERATIONS, CENTRE NATIONALE DE LA RECHERCHE SCIENTIFIQUE, January 24, 2017: US09552903

A polymer film, polymer gel, and polymer foam each contain an electrically conductive polymer and an ionic liquid and are each useful as a component of an electronic device.