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1. “Electrically conductive thermoplastic resin is conventionally prepared from an electrically conductive thermoplastic resin composition obtained by mixing a thermoplastic resin with a conductive additive, such as a carbon black, a carbon fiber, a metallic powder, a metal-coated inorganic powder or a metallic fiber. To ensure a desired level of electrical conductivity of the electrically conductive thermoplastic resin, the conductive additive must be used in significantly large amounts. However, the use of the conductive additive in significantly large amounts can deteriorate impact resistance, which is one of the basic mechanical properties of the thermoplastic resin”. [Kim, Lee and Chang, US Patent 8,128,844 (3/6/2012)]


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