alexa Temperature-Dependence of Electrical Conductivity for Some Natural Coordination Polymeric Biomaterials Especially Some Cross-Linked Trivalent Metal-Alginate Complexes with Correlation between the Coordination Geometry and Complex Stability

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Temperature-Dependence of Electrical Conductivity for Some Natural Coordination Polymeric Biomaterials Especially Some Cross-Linked Trivalent Metal-Alginate Complexes with Correlation between the Coordination Geometry and Complex Stability

Alginate is a binary linear heteropolymer consisting of 1,4- linked β-D-mannuronic and α-L- guluronic acids units. The monomers are arranged in clockwise fashion along the macromolecular chains. Conducting polymers offer the promise of achieving a new generation of polymers and materials that exhibit a high potential application in industrial technology [2-6]. Conductance measurements of polymers that sandwiched between two metal electrodes have attracted much attention owing to its potential applications in electronic devices as well as to gain more information on the structure of materials that may be achieved from such measurements.

Citation: Zaafarany IA (2014) Temperature-Dependence of Electrical Conductivity for Some Natural Coordination Polymeric Biomaterials Especially Some Cross-Linked Trivalent Metal-Alginate Complexes with Correlation between the Coordination Geometry and Complex Stability. J Adv Chem Eng 4:111. doi: 10.4172/2090-4568.1000111

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