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3.0-4.0% in H2O
1500 Ω/sq, 4 point probe measurement of dried coating based on initial 6μm wet thickness.
500 Ω/sq, 4 point probe measurement of dried coating based on initial 18μm wet thickness.
1.5-2.5 (25 °C, dried coatings)
10-30 cP(20 °C)
1.011 g/cm3 (dried coatings)
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According to our supplier, the ratio of PEDOT to PSS is proprierary information.
We recommend that you store this product at 2-8°C, which is in accordance with our MSDS.
The minimum conductivity is 150 S/cm.
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This PEDOT:PSS product is based on hole-doped or P-type polymers. PEDOT can be n-doped, but the materials are too unstable to be of any commercial value.
Please consult this graph showing the spin coating curve for product 655201, Poly(3,4-ethylenedioxythiophene)-poly(styrenesulfonate).
Deposited poly(3,4-ethylenedioxythiophene)-poly(styrenesulfonate), PEDOT:PSS, films can easily withstand temperatures in excess of 200°C for short duration and around 70°C in continuous service. The aqueous dispersions of PEDOT:PSS, however, can be damaged by heating above 50°C for a prolonged period.
Conductivity measurements should be performed on poly(3,4-ethylenedioxythiophene)-poly(styrenesulfonate), PEDOT/PSS, films deposited on flat substrates. This dispersion should be deposited as a thin and homogeneous layer on a flat substrate using deposition techniques, such as spin-coating or doctor blading. The layer thickness can be determined by scratching the film off the substrate in places with a razor blade and scanning the stylus of a mechanical or optical profilometer across the scratched region(s). The sheet resistivity can then be measured with conventional four-point probes.
Yes, applied PEDOT:PSS films can be patterned by laser ablation.
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In the emerging field of organic printable electronics, such as OLEDs and organic photovoltaics (OPVs), there is a significant need for improved organic conducting and semiconducting materials. This paper reports our recent progress in two fields: 1) the development of solvent-based dispersions of the intrinsically conducting polymer (ICP) poly(3,4- ethylenedioxythiophene) (PEDOT) and 2) the synthesis of new electron-deficient (n-type) semiconducting polymers.
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Progress in Organic Thermoelectric Materials & Devices including high ZT values of >0.2 at room temperature by p-type (PEDOT:PSS) & n-type (Poly[Kx(Ni-ett)]) materials are discussed.