Beilstein Arch. 2022, 202277. https://doi.org/10.3762/bxiv.2022.77.v1
Published 23 Sep 2022
Polydiphenylenephthalide (PDP) belongs to the class of carbocyclic organic electroactive polymers, which exhibit electric conductive properties when an external electric field and/or mechanical stress is applied. In this work, the transport properties of thin-film layered lead–PDP–lead structures were experimentally studied in a wide temperature range. At sufficiently high temperatures, the current voltage characteristics are satisfactorily described in terms of the injection model of currents limited by the space charge. At temperatures below ~8 K, a number of samples exhibit features that can be explained by the effect of induced superconductivity in a thin film of conducting polymer enclosed between two massive superconductors (lead).
Keywords: thin films, conducting polymer, superconductivity
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Arutyunov, K. Y.; Gurski, A. S.; Artemov, V. V.; Vasiliev, A. L.; Yusupov, A. R.; Karamov, D. D.; Lachinov, A. N. Beilstein Arch. 2022, 202277. doi:10.3762/bxiv.2022.77.v1
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