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56 Polymerization parameters: reaction temperature: 0~5◦C; reaction time: 15 h. a : the diameter of resultant nanofibers calculated based on the formula (*). Based on the standard redox potential of the selected oxidants, the optimum molar ratio of oxidant to aniline (represented by [oxidant]/[An] ) was established to be 1:1, 2:1, 3:1, 4:1, 6:1 for [APS]/[An], [Ce(SO4)2]/[An], [FeCl3]/[An], [Fe2(SO4)3]/[An] and [CuCl2]/[An], respectively. Figure 4 shows typical SEM images of the PANI prepared by template-free method (TFM) in the presence of different oxidants.
45 surface. It is also found that the water contact angle date is dependent on the polymerization time. As shown in Figure 13, at the polymerization time of 60 min, changed from 15 to 60 min. 7˚ at the time longer than 120 min. 0o at 60 min, exhibiting a highly hydrophobic surface. Combined with morphology shown in Figure 14, co-existence of micro- and nano-scaled spheres, which is rough enough to trap air in the vacancies between individual nanostructures so that the contact area between water and the film can be minimized, resulting in a highly-hydrophobic surface.
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