Electrochemically controlled transport of small charged organic molecules across conducting polymer membranes
The transport of a range of functionalised sulfonated aromatics across conducting polypyrrole membranes has been considered. In the course of these studies several unique aspects of the chemical selectivity of these conducting materials have been identified. Using electrochemical quartz crystal microbalance (EQCM) the ion-exchange behaviour of these membranes was investigated to further elucidate the transport mechanism.
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