Keywords : Polyindole
European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine,
2020, Volume 7, Issue 7, Pages 3770-3773
Polyindole (PIND) in current times is one of the chiefly studied conductive
material and is being used in numerous electrical and electrochemical field. However the
conductivity of any conducting polymer chiefly affected by its polymerization technique.
Various polymerization techniques viz. Chemical oxidative polymerization,
Electrochemical polymerization, Interfacial/Emulsion polymerization, etc. are employed
for the same. Each technique used by researcher do have its own pros and cons which
further depends upon the chemical (solvent, oxidants, surfactants, concentration etc.) and
physical (temperature, pressure, etc.) condition to be implied.