A novel cross-linked polyimide film: synthesis and dielectric properties


Deligoz H. , Ozgumus S. K. , Yalcinyuva T. , YILDIRIM S., DEĞER D., ULUTAŞ K.

POLYMER, vol.46, no.11, pp.3720-3729, 2005 (Journal Indexed in SCI) identifier identifier

  • Publication Type: Article / Article
  • Volume: 46 Issue: 11
  • Publication Date: 2005
  • Doi Number: 10.1016/j.polymer.2005.02.097
  • Title of Journal : POLYMER
  • Page Numbers: pp.3720-3729
  • Keywords: polyimide, dielectric constant, AC conductivity, ELECTRICAL-PROPERTIES, CONSTANT POLYIMIDES, THIN-FILMS, RELAXATION, FLUORINE

Abstract

A novel cross-linked polyimide (CPI) has been prepared by imidization of cross-linked poly(amic acid) (CPAA). In this work, the Ac conductivity and dielectric properties of this polyimide are presented comparitively with those of conventional polyimide (PI), in the 0.2–100 kHz frequency range and 300–463 K temperature interval. Although the frequency and temperature dependencies of dielectric constant of both conventional and cross-linked polyimides show the same behaviour, the dielectric constant of CPI takes lower values. The Ac conduction studies suggest that electron hopping is responsible for conduction of the PI and CPI films. The activation energy calculated in 296–353 K temperature interval and the ß-relaxation was also observed for CPI.

A novel cross-linked polyimide (CPI) has been prepared by imidization of cross-linked poly(amic acid) (CPAA). In this work, the Ac conductivity and dielectric properties of this polyimide are presented comparitively with those of conventional polyimide (PI), in the 0.2-100 kHz frequency range and 300-463 K temperature interval. Although the frequency and temperature dependencies of dielectric constant of both conventional and cross-linked polyimides show the same behaviour, the dielectric constant of CPI takes lower values. The Ac conduction studies suggest that electron hopping is responsible for conduction of the PI and CPI films. The activation energy calculated in 296-353 K temperature interval and the β-relaxation was also observed for CPI. © 2005 Elsevier Ltd. All rights reserved.