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Organic capacitors are among the most significant applications of conductive polymers, allowing the realization of lightweight and flexible dispositives. The main drawback of completely organic capacitors is the very low dielectric rigidity, due to the irregular surface of the polymer-polymer interface. This paper describes our hybrid solution using aluminum electrodes, with the very important characteristic of easy connection between contacts of the discrete dispositive and electrodes. Chemical, technological, and functional tests have been conducted to estimate the effective values of this device, and natural properties of self-healing and nonpolarity have been investigated.
Date of Publication: Dec. 2002