Fabrication of Polyaniline/Silver Nanocomposite Under Gamma-ray Irradiation
- Received Date: 2010-06-05
Abstract: Polyaniline (PANI)/silver composite was one-step synthesized under γ-ray irradiation. The structure of the composite was characterized by Fourier transform infrared spectroscopy, UV-Visible, and X-ray diffraction, which indicated that PANI and face-centered-cubic silver were synthesized under γ-ray irradiation. The reaction mechanism were discussed, which revealed that the PANI was formed by the reaction of aniline cation radicals formed by the reaction of aniline cation and ·OH, and Ag was formed by the reaction of Ag+ and e-aq. The morphology of the composite consisted of PANI nanofibers and Ag nanoparticles, and the mechanism of the morphology formation was discussed, which revealed that the rapid mixing like polymerization process might play an important role. It was revealed that the transport behavior of the composite well fitted with the variable-range-hopping model in 80-300 K and deviated from the model below 80 K.
|Citation:||黄志辉, 石磊, 朱清仁, 邹均庭, 陈锬. Fabrication of Polyaniline/Silver Nanocomposite Under Gamma-ray Irradiation[J]. Chinese Journal of Chemical Physics , 2010, 23(6): 701-706. doi: 10.1088/1674-0068/23/06/701-706|