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MOJ Polymer Science
Conjugated polymers have attracted widespread interest during the last three decades, because of their useful electronic properties. In this paper we discuss semi-conductive properties of the conjugated polymers with phenylhydrazono (C 6 H 5 -NH-N=C-(R/H)-) pendent groups, such as poly(phenoxy-imine)s and poly(phenoxy-ketimine)s. These polymers were found to possess the conductivity of 10 -3 -10 -2 S/cm. It is supposed that high conductivities of the polymers are due to their phenylhydrazonodoi:10.15406/mojps.2017.01.00036 fatcat:givkimk4cfh4parxmnmzj7rkvu