Using QPAC® 40 as a Binder in Solar Pastes
A great deal of effort has been afforded over the last 20 years improving photovoltaic (PV) efficiencies, reliability, and manufacturability.  Much of this work has been focused on the front-side construction of PV, including metallization and contact formation with glasses.  In general, the front-side contact pastes are silver pastes which are heterogeneous mixtures containing metallic…
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Using QPAC®25 Polyethylene Carbonate in Controlled Drug Delivery Applications
QPAC®25 Polyethylene Carbonate has been studied as a biomaterial for controlled drug delivery applications. The QPAC® 25 PEC has some biodegradable properties that make it attractive for this application. Films prepared from PEC have been made with various drugs to study the characteristics and performance of PEC as a potential carrier for controlled drug delivery.…
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Using QPAC® Polyalkylene Carbonate as a solid state electrolyte for flexible solid lithium batteries
Work has been done by numerous research organizations to investigate the use of QPAC®25 polyethylene carbonate (PEC) and QPAC®40 polypropylene carbonate (PPC) in solid lithium ion battery applications. Research has been ongoing for many years to find an alternative to liquid electrolyte batteries because of their inherent safety issues mainly due to the volatility and…
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New Products now commercially available, QPAC® 100 and QPAC® 130 and QPAC® Polybutylene carbonate