The conductivity behaviour of the system poly(ethylene glycol) (PEG)-sodium iodide (NaI) has been studied by varying the ratio of the metal salt and PEG. A maximum conductivity of 10- 6 f~- 1 cm- 1 is observed for PEG~oNaI samples at 25°C. The conductivity increases by two orders of magnitude as compared to pure PEG and has been shown to be due to ionic carriers. This behaviour is similar to that exhibited by the analogous poly(ethylene oxide) system
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Conductivity studies of new polymer electrolytes based on the poly(ethylene glycol)/sodium iodide system / P. Manoravi, I. Immanuel Selvaraj, V. Chandrasekhar* and K. Shahit // Polymer. – 1993. – Vol 34. – P. 1339-1341.