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Thermoelectric properties of compacted Bi2-xSbxTe3 nanoplatelets with nominal composition of x = 1.5

Hydrothermal methods were used to synthesize nanoplatelets of Bi2-xSbxTe3. In this article, the electrical conductivity, thermopower, and thermal conductivity were the temperature-dependent transport parameters that were determined to calculate the dimensionless figure of merit, ZT. ...

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Nanostructured SnSe: hydrothermal synthesis and disorder-induced enhancement of thermoelectric properties at medium temperatures

Nanostructured SnSe was created using hydrothermal methods and sintering in an evacuated-and-encapsulated ampoule. The effects of the synthesis and thermoelectric properties of SnSe using hydrothermal synthesis at low temperatures followed by evacuating-and-encapsulating sintering were then further investigated to determine their viability. One of the investigations ...

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High-entropy alloys as high-temperature thermoelectric materials

This article presented the high temperature properties of high-entropy alloys (HEAs) that will potentially be used as thermoelectric (TE) generator materials. The high temperature thermal conductivity was analyzed using the transient plane source (TPS) method through the use of a Thermal Constant Analyser. From the ...

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Phase stability and thermoelectric properties of Cu10.5Zn1.5Sb4S13 tetrahedrite

Tetrahedrite is a naturally occurring mineral, possessing a high figure of merit (ZT), used to evaluate the efficiency of thermoelectric (TE) materials. Phase stability and thermoelectric properties of single phase nanocrystalline Zn-doped tetrahedrite was studied. Thermal conductivity was directly measured using a transient plane source ...

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Tailoring Ca3Co4O9 microstructure and performances using a transient liquid phase sintering additive

Research has been focused on the Co-based thermoelectric family since the discovery of thermoelectric properties in NaCo₂O₄ ceramics. The formation of strong grain boundaries has been achieved in several ceramic materials through the addition of metallic Ag, forming the liquid phase. In the case ...

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