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    Redox cycling process in a conducting polymer membrane

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    Describe how you would use the redox cycling process of a conducting polymer to drive cations across a conducting polymer membrane

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    Q. Please explain to me how to solve the following question in details.

    Describe how you would use the redox cycling process of a conducting polymer to drive cations across a conducting polymer membrane

    A. First you need to know, what a 'conducting polymer' is. Conducting polymers are a special kind of polymer that has double bonds in conjugation e.g. poly(aniline), poly(pyrrole), poly(thiophene), ...

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    This solution logically explains how conducting polymer membrane can be used as a sensor through redox cycling process.

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