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|Title:||High Thermoelectric Performance and Enhanced Mechanical Stability of p-type Ge1-xSbxTe|
Negi, Devendra S.
Germanium Antimony Tellurides
|Publisher:||American Chemical Society|
|Citation:||Chemistry of Materials|
Perunnal, S.; Roychowdhury, S.; Negi, D. S.; Datta, R.; Biswas, K., High Thermoelectric Performance and Enhanced Mechanical Stability of p-type Ge1-xSbxTe. Chemistry of Materials 2015, 27 (20), 7171-7178.
|Abstract:||High thermoelectric figure of merit, zT, of similar to 1.85 at 725 K along with significant cydable temperature stability was achieved in Pb-free p-type Ge1-xSbxTe samples through simultaneous enhancement in Seebeck coefficient and reduction of thermal conductivity. Sb doping in GeTe decreases the carrier concentration due to the donor dopant nature of Sb and enhances the valence band degeneracy by increasing the cubic nature of the sample, which collectively boost Seebeck coefficient in the temperature range of 300-773 K. Significant thermal conductivity reduction was achieved due to collective phonon scattering from various mesa-structured domain variants, twin and inversion boundaries, nanostructured defect layers, and solid solution point defects. The high performance Ge0.9Sb0.1Te sample shows mechanical stability (Vickers microhardness) of similar to 206 Hv, which is significantly higher compared to other popular thermoelectric materials such as Bi2Te3, PbTe, PbSe, Cu2Se, and TAGS.|
|Appears in Collections:||Research Articles (Ranjan Datta)|
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