Conductive Polymers

Prior to the availability of Periodic Products’ metal-polymer composites, conductive polymer technology suffered from several limitations including poor processability, the lack of essential mechanical properties, and a high degree of internal resistance resulting in poor device performance. Structurally, these conductive polymers required either conjugated multiple bond systems or specific chemical groups and ligand-stabilized transition metals.

Periodic Products’ conductive polymers allow for efficient electron transmission without the need for conjugated multiple bond systems, fluorocarboxylic acid functional groups, ligand-stabilized transition metals, or metal-binding homopolymer components.


Periodic Products’ conductive polymers can be used in the production of capacitors, switches, photovoltaic cells, energy storage cells (including batteries), semiconductors, biosensors, and other electronic devices.