Advanced PEDOT Thermoelectric Materials - Fengxing Jiang

Advanced PEDOT Thermoelectric Materials

Fengxing Jiang (Redaktør) ; Congcong Liu (Redaktør) ; Jingkun Xu (Redaktør)

PEDOT is currently the most widely used polymeric material in research and development. Over the past 10 years, PEDOT has been investigated for potential organic thermoelectric applications because of its superior thermoelectric and mechanical properties compared with other conductive polymers. Les mer
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PEDOT is currently the most widely used polymeric material in research and development. Over the past 10 years, PEDOT has been investigated for potential organic thermoelectric applications because of its superior thermoelectric and mechanical properties compared with other conductive polymers. However, many challenges remain to be solved before it is translated into key technologies.

Advanced PEDOT Thermoelectric Materials summarizes current progress and the challenges of PEDOT thermoelectric materials, while clarifying directions for future development. This book provides a comprehensive overview of chemical, physical, and technical information about this organic thermoelectric polymer. The authors also give details about the theoretical basis of PEDOT, including preparation and characterization, and its development as a high-performance thermoelectric material.
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Forlag: Woodhead Publishing
Innbinding: Paperback
Språk: Engelsk
ISBN: 9780128215500
Format: 23 x 15 cm
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Short history of thermoelectric conjugated PEDOT development
PEDOT preparation, morphology, and electronic structure
Thermoelectric properties of PEDOTs
Thermoelectric transport and PEDOT dependence
Optimizing the thermoelectric performance of PEDOTs
Thermoelectric PEDOTs: Derivatives, analogues, and copolymers
PEDOT-based thermoelectric nanocomposites/hybrids
Thermoelectric PEDOT measurement techniques
Flexible and wearable thermoelectric PEDOT devices
Challenges and perspectives
Fengxing Jiang received a PhD in Physical Chemistry from Soochow University, Suzhou, China in 2013. He is a Professor of Organic Electronics at the Department of Physics at Jiangxi Science and Technology Normal University, Jiangxi, China. His research interests center mainly on the use of PEDOT-based conducting polymers for application in organic electronics and bioelectronics. Congcong Liu received a PhD from the School of Materials Science and Engineering at Tongji University, Shanghai, China in 2019. He is a Professor of Organic Composites at the Flexible Electronics Innovation Institute, Jiangxi Science and Technology Normal University, Jiangxi, China. His research interests include the design and synthesis of conducting polymers/two-dimensional inorganic composites and their applications in energy conversion and energy storage. Jingkun Xu received a PhD in polymer chemistry and physics from Tsinghua University, Beijing, China in 2003. He is a professor of polymer chemistry at the Flexible Electronics Innovation Institute, Jiangxi Science and Technology Normal University and has led the Organic Electronics Group since 2004. His research interests include the design and synthesis of conducting polymers for application in thermoelectric conversion, electrochromics, supercapacitors, biochemical sensors, and fuel cells.