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Staff name : Wright, PV
Staff identifier : 226473
Research groups :
C - Polymers and Polymer Matrix Composites
Outputs :


Ionic Conduction of Lithium and Magnesium Salts within Planar Channels in a Smectic Liquid Crystal Polymer Electrolyte
Location : J of the Chemical Society, Faraday Transactions
Volume No : 92(14)
Pagination : 2599-2606
Year : 1996
ISBN/ISSN : 0956-5000
Co-authors : F B Dias(supervised author), S V Batty (external), G Ungar and 1 additional author
Type : Journal article
Output number : 1
Research group : Polymers and Polymer Matrix Composites
Other details :  Describes a new low-dimensional approach to Li+ conduction in polymer electrolytes developed in our laboratories in contrast to the conventional amorphous systems. This work has recently culminated in the high conductivity materials described in outputs number 2 and 3.


Structure and Conductivity in LB Films of Low-Dimensional Polymer Electrolytes.
Location : Journal of Materials Chemistry
Volume No : 10(1)
Pagination : 69-77
Year : 1999
ISBN/ISSN : 0959-9428
Co-authors : Y Zheng(supervised author), A Gibaud, N Cowlam and 2 additional authors
Type : Journal article
Output number : 2
Research group : Polymers and Polymer Matrix Composites
Other details :  This paper (in conjunction with NC, THR, AG, Dept of Physics) describes almost temperature-independent ionic conduction in novel low-dimensional polymer electrolyte LB films. Li+ conductivity values are higher than in conventional, solvent-free polymer electrolytes at temperatures above 50 deg C.


Self-tracking in Solvent-free Low-dimensional Polymer Electrolyte Blends with Lithium Salts giving High Ambient DC Conductivity
Location : Chemical Communications
Volume No : 16
Pagination : 1459-1460
Year : 2000
ISBN/ISSN : 1359-7345
Co-authors : Y Zheng(supervised author), F Chia, G Ungar
Type : Journal article
Output number : 3
Research group : Polymers and Polymer Matrix Composites
Other details :  Describes the latest development of our work on low-dimensional polymer electrolytes including a 'world record' Li+ conductivity (10-3S cm-1) at ambient temperature for a solvent-free polymer electrolyte. Follow-up work is being carried out under EPSRC GR/N64731/01.


Progress in Smart Microwave Materials and Structures
Location : Smart Materials and Structures
Volume No : 9
Pagination : 1-7
Year : 2000
ISBN/ISSN : 0964-1726
Co-authors : A Barnes(supervised author), B Chambers, K Lees and 1 additional author
Type : Journal article
Output number : 4
Research group : Polymers and Polymer Matrix Composites
Other details :  PVW is the inventor of the novel mixed conducting redox polyaniline based films for controlled microwave transmission/reflection described in this paper which are being developed in conjunction with the Dept of Electronic and Electrical Engineering. This paper shows large changes in reflection (40dB) at resonance on application of small applied fields to the films. Recently in Proceedings of SPIE-EOS, 4073, 109-120, 2000, we describe the largest 'on-off' change in microwave transmission (-1 to -21dB) yet reported for a polymer window using a nanocomposite mixed conductor.

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