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The information on the molecular weights of the PEDOT and PSS used to make each batch is held as proprietary.The exact information on the relative amounts (by weight) of the PEDOT and PSS present in these polymers is also held as proprietary. There is a little more PSS than PEDOT; this is logical, since the formula weight for the monomeric equivalent in PSS (C7H6SO3) is a little higher than the formula weight for the monomeric equivalent in PEDOT (C6H4SO2).The solution, product 739316 is made in situ; it is not made from the dry pellets (product 768618).
Product 768618, Poly(3,4-ethylenedioxythiophene)-poly(styrenesulfonate (Orgacon DRY) is not a formulation or dispersion. It consists of dry PEDOT:PSS powder/pellets (lyophilized). Because PSS (poly(styrenesulfonate) is hygroscopic, the pellets will always contain some residual water. These pellets can be redispersed in organic solvents as noted on the attached supplier data sheet. Orgacon DRY is not soluble in chloroform or chlorobenzene.
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