INQUIMAE   12526
INSTITUTO DE QUIMICA, FISICA DE LOS MATERIALES, MEDIOAMBIENTE Y ENERGIA
Unidad Ejecutora - UE
artículos
Título:
Viscoelastic Characterization of Electrochemically Prepared Conducting Polymer Films by Impedance Analysis at Quartz Crystal Study of the Surface Roughness Effect on the Effective Values of the Viscoelastic Properties of the Coating
Autor/es:
ERNESTO JULIO CALVO; ANTONIO ARNAU; MARCELO OTERO; YOLANDA JIMENEZ; R. FERNANDEZ; R. TORRES
Revista:
JOURNAL OF THE ELECTROCHEMICAL SOCIETY
Editorial:
paginas C455 a C466
Referencias:
Año: 2006 vol. 153 p. 455 - 455
ISSN:
0013-4651
Resumen:
An electrochemical quartz crystal microbalance is used for a continuous monitoring of the growth of the polymer poly3,4- ethylenedioxy thiophene tetrabutylammonium perchlorate PEDOT-TBAP, electropolymerized in acetonitrile on a gold electrode of a 10 MHz AT-cut quartz crystal resonator. The surface acoustic impedance of the resonator is analyzed starting from the electrical admittance continuously measured by means of a network analyzer. Changes in the acoustic impedance suggest that a mechanical resonance phenomenon occurs during the electrodeposition. To determine the origin of this effect, the evolution of the physical properties of the coating is analyzed. This analysis shows a significant change of the viscoelastic properties of the coating during the electropolymerization and especially during the time interval of the suspected mechanical resonance. The effect of the surface roughness on the mechanical impedance of the coating is analyzed. This study seems to indicate that the changes in the effective viscoelastic properties of the coating are due to the changes in the surface roughness. The mechanical resonance effect also seems to be more a result of this change in the coating effective viscoelastic properties than of the growth of the coating thickness where coating viscoelastic properties are maintained constant. of a 10 MHz AT-cut quartz crystal resonator. The surface acoustic impedance of the resonator is analyzed starting from the electrical admittance continuously measured by means of a network analyzer. Changes in the acoustic impedance suggest that a mechanical resonance phenomenon occurs during the electrodeposition. To determine the origin of this effect, the evolution of the physical properties of the coating is analyzed. This analysis shows a significant change of the viscoelastic properties of the coating during the electropolymerization and especially during the time interval of the suspected mechanical resonance. The effect of the surface roughness on the mechanical impedance of the coating is analyzed. This study seems to indicate that the changes in the effective viscoelastic properties of the coating are due to the changes in the surface roughness. The mechanical resonance effect also seems to be more a result of this change in the coating effective viscoelastic properties than of the growth of the coating thickness where coating viscoelastic properties are maintained constant. ethylenedioxy thiophene tetrabutylammonium perchlorate PEDOT-TBAP, electropolymerized in acetonitrile on a gold electrode of a 10 MHz AT-cut quartz crystal resonator. The surface acoustic impedance of the resonator is analyzed starting from the electrical admittance continuously measured by means of a network analyzer. Changes in the acoustic impedance suggest that a mechanical resonance phenomenon occurs during the electrodeposition. To determine the origin of this effect, the evolution of the physical properties of the coating is analyzed. This analysis shows a significant change of the viscoelastic properties of the coating during the electropolymerization and especially during the time interval of the suspected mechanical resonance. The effect of the surface roughness on the mechanical impedance of the coating is analyzed. This study seems to indicate that the changes in the effective viscoelastic properties of the coating are due to the changes in the surface roughness. The mechanical resonance effect also seems to be more a result of this change in the coating effective viscoelastic properties than of the growth of the coating thickness where coating viscoelastic properties are maintained constant. of a 10 MHz AT-cut quartz crystal resonator. The surface acoustic impedance of the resonator is analyzed starting from the electrical admittance continuously measured by means of a network analyzer. Changes in the acoustic impedance suggest that a mechanical resonance phenomenon occurs during the electrodeposition. To determine the origin of this effect, the evolution of the physical properties of the coating is analyzed. This analysis shows a significant change of the viscoelastic properties of the coating during the electropolymerization and especially during the time interval of the suspected mechanical resonance. The effect of the surface roughness on the mechanical impedance of the coating is analyzed. This study seems to indicate that the changes in the effective viscoelastic properties of the coating are due to the changes in the surface roughness. The mechanical resonance effect also seems to be more a result of this change in the coating effective viscoelastic properties than of the growth of the coating thickness where coating viscoelastic properties are maintained constant. 3,4- ethylenedioxy thiophene tetrabutylammonium perchlorate PEDOT-TBAP, electropolymerized in acetonitrile on a gold electrode of a 10 MHz AT-cut quartz crystal resonator. The surface acoustic impedance of the resonator is analyzed starting from the electrical admittance continuously measured by means of a network analyzer. Changes in the acoustic impedance suggest that a mechanical resonance phenomenon occurs during the electrodeposition. To determine the origin of this effect, the evolution of the physical properties of the coating is analyzed. This analysis shows a significant change of the viscoelastic properties of the coating during the electropolymerization and especially during the time interval of the suspected mechanical resonance. The effect of the surface roughness on the mechanical impedance of the coating is analyzed. This study seems to indicate that the changes in the effective viscoelastic properties of the coating are due to the changes in the surface roughness. The mechanical resonance effect also seems to be more a result of this change in the coating effective viscoelastic properties than of the growth of the coating thickness where coating viscoelastic properties are maintained constant. of a 10 MHz AT-cut quartz crystal resonator. The surface acoustic impedance of the resonator is analyzed starting from the electrical admittance continuously measured by means of a network analyzer. Changes in the acoustic impedance suggest that a mechanical resonance phenomenon occurs during the electrodeposition. To determine the origin of this effect, the evolution of the physical properties of the coating is analyzed. This analysis shows a significant change of the viscoelastic properties of the coating during the electropolymerization and especially during the time interval of the suspected mechanical resonance. The effect of the surface roughness on the mechanical impedance of the coating is analyzed. This study seems to indicate that the changes in the effective viscoelastic properties of the coating are due to the changes in the surface roughness. The mechanical resonance effect also seems to be more a result of this change in the coating effective viscoelastic properties than of the growth of the coating thickness where coating viscoelastic properties are maintained constant. thiophene tetrabutylammonium perchlorate PEDOT-TBAP, electropolymerized in acetonitrile on a gold electrode of a 10 MHz AT-cut quartz crystal resonator. The surface acoustic impedance of the resonator is analyzed starting from the electrical admittance continuously measured by means of a network analyzer. Changes in the acoustic impedance suggest that a mechanical resonance phenomenon occurs during the electrodeposition. To determine the origin of this effect, the evolution of the physical properties of the coating is analyzed. This analysis shows a significant change of the viscoelastic properties of the coating during the electropolymerization and especially during the time interval of the suspected mechanical resonance. The effect of the surface roughness on the mechanical impedance of the coating is analyzed. This study seems to indicate that the changes in the effective viscoelastic properties of the coating are due to the changes in the surface roughness. The mechanical resonance effect also seems to be more a result of this change in the coating effective viscoelastic properties than of the growth of the coating thickness where coating viscoelastic properties are maintained constant.