Hopping Conductivity in Poly(p-Xylylene)–Fe Nanocomposites
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The structure and conductivity of hybrid nanocomposite poly(p-xylylene) films containing iron nanoparticles are studied. The films are obtained by the method of polymerization on a surface from the gas phase, and the concentration of the filler is 4 and 11 vol %. According to the analysis of microphotographs of nanostructures obtained by transmission electron microscopy, the particles are distributed evenly (with a size in the nanometer range and a rather narrow distribution). Studies of the frequency dependence of conductivity show that the transport of the charge carriers is realized by the hopping mechanism with a jump length of ~3.5 nm.
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