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How does carbon black impart electrical conductivity to polymeric systems? - Phillips Carbon Black Limited

How does carbon black impart electrical conductivity to polymeric systems?


How does carbon black impart electrical conductivity to polymeric systems? Carbon black is more conductive than polymers, resins, or rubber. Addition of carbon black reduces the electrical resistivity by forming a conductive network through the polymeric matrix. Grades of carbon black have been developed to optimize conductivity at lower loadings while meeting all other critical performance requirements for conductive applications.