Gradiently Anisotropic Conducting and Magnetic Polymer Composites

Jimsher Aneli, Levan Nadareishvili, Grigor Mamniashvili, Anatoli Akhalkatsi and Gennady Zaikov

The character of the local electric resistance variations of film polymer composites on the basis of polyvinyl alcohol with graphite powder on the one hand and the magnetic susceptibility of the same polymer with nickel nano-particles on the other hand has been studied. It has been established that the changes of these parameters essentially depends on both initial shape of the films and on the direction of their orientation. It is concluded that the films of gradiently anisotropic polymer composites may be used in electronics.

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