A REVIEW ON SYNTHESIS OF CONDUCTING WITH POLYANILINE RICE HUSK ASH SILICA NANOCOMPOSITES AND APPLICATION
1Salim Oudah Mezan, Kasim Mohammed Hello, Abdullah Hasan Jabbar, Maytham Qabel Hamzah, AlaaNihad Tuama, M.S.Roslan, Mohd Arif Agam
Nanostructures have a prominent place in Nanotechnology since more space can be used in different applications. In the past decades, a class of conductive polymers became famous because of their mechanical and electrical properties. Polyaniline is a conductive polymer popularly known as an environmentally stable and highly adjustable polymer given in an application form of powder, membranes or loose fibres. Low-cost polyolefin and large-scale production are widely used in broad applications. Rice Husk Ash (RHA) is the by-product of rice mill industry considered as waste material. Many types of research focused on RHA targets the high contain silicate to be converted to silica after Rice Husk (RH) pyrolysis undertaken in a furnace with the temperature at (800˚C). The sol-gel technique offered a simple route in producing silica from RHA, where 3- (chloropropyl) triethoxyscilane (CPTES) is used to convert the RHA into high-quality silica. Polyaniline/Rice Husk Ash Silica Nanocomposite (PANI/RHACCl (SiO2)NCs) are prepared via chemical oxidative polymerization and can be used in various applications such as supercapacitors, pseudocapacitors, coatings, metal absorption, chemicals, encapsulation of light-emitting organs, proton exchange membrane, diffusion membrane, devices Sensor, Nanoelectronic flexible devices, as well as drug delivery.
Nanostructures, Nanocompsite, silica, Rice husk Ash, Polyaniline, conductivity.