Recycled Material as a Conductive Polymer for Volatile Organic Compound (VOC) Sensor
Supri, A. Ghani, Dr.
Salmah, Husseinsyah, Dr. Ir.
Ali Yeon, Md. Shakaff, Prof. Dr.
Abu Hassan, Abdullah
Heah, Cheng Yong
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Polymers becoming electrically conductive when the breakthrough implied that a polymer is imitate a metal and this unexpected discovery broken a traditional concept by establishing a new filled of conducting polymers, which also called as “Synthetic Metals”. Tyre dust, rick husk and chicken eggshell are an aviculture by product that has been listed worldwide as one of the worst environmental problems. Chemical composition and availability makes tyre dust, rick husk, and eggshells a pontential source of filler for composites. In this research, conducting polymers were prepared from cheap compounds such as aniline and recycled materials are used for volatile gas sensing devices.