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Preparation of polyaniline at various polymerization temperatures to detect hydrazine. The manuscript discusses about the synthetic routes of polyaniline at different polymerization temperatures and the application of polyaniline as a simple chemical sensor for hydrazine detection.

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Hydrazine is the main precursor from the nuclear reactors, water boiling systems and agricultural field. The leaching of hydrazine into main water stream can pose significant threat to human. Therefore, effective, sensitive and inexpensive sensor is crucial for the determination or detection of hydrazine. This work describes about a simple cost effective sensor setup for the qualitative and quantitative analysis in hydrazine detection.

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This page is a summary of: Enhancement of polyaniline properties by different polymerization temperatures in hydrazine detection, Journal of Applied Polymer Science, December 2014, Wiley,
DOI: 10.1002/app.41746.
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