Electronic-grade Polymers

Most of the polymers are synthesized by cationic or anionic processes to ensure a well controlled architecture and the resulting polymer bears high purity with no residual monomer/s. However, the obtained polymers contain some impurities in the form of salt coming from the termination of the polymerization reaction. These impurities are mostly on the level of parts per million. For certain applications mainly in the electronic industries, impurities on a ppm scale still influence the morphology of the ultra-thin films. To overcome those impurities, we purified polymer rigorously by passing through columns packed with different types of packing materials, and the obtained polymer dissolved in a properly selected solvents, filtered through 0.5 micron filter paper and precipitate in dust free environment. Polymer furthermore dried under vacuum for 48 h at desired temperature to ensure the proper quality of the polymer. Dried polymer packed in dust free environment in a clean glass vial/bottle and sealed under vacuum.

Some of our electronic-grade polymers are:

Homopolymer:

Poly(styrene)-Electronic grade

Poly(methyl methacrylate)-Electronic grade

Block polymer:

Poly(styrene-b-4-vinyl pyridine)

Poly(styrene-b-2-vinyl pyridine)

Poly(styrene-b-methyl methacrylate)

Poly(styrene-b-ethylene oxide)

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Conductive polymers:

Conducting polymers have generated considerable interest due to their potential broad applicability in numerous electronic devices.

Some of our conductive polymers are:

Polythiophenes

Polyacetylenes

Poly(3-hexylthiophene) based block copolymers

Luminescent polymers:

Polymer light-emitting diodes (LEDs) have attracted considerable attention since their discovery in 1990.

Some available luminescent polymers are:

Polyphenylene (vinylene)

Poly(p-phenylene) based block copolymers

Azo polymer