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Conductivities and Seebeck Coefficients of Boron Carbides:

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Boron carbides exhibit an anomalously large Seebeck coefficient with a temperature coefficient that is characteristic of polaronic hopping between inequivale

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Large Enhancement of Boron Carbides Seebeck Coefficients

We report measurements of the Seebeck coefficients of boron carbides having compositions ${\mathrm{B}}_{12+x}{\mathrm{C}}_{3\ensuremath{-

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SILICON CARBIDE FILMS WITH HIGH SEEBECK COEFFICIENT AND

Nanocrystalline silicon carbide (SiC) thin films with 5 ~ 10 nm grain size, large Seebeck coefficient (-0.393 mV/K), and low electrical resistivity (

SILICON CARBIDE FILMS WITH HIGH SEEBECK COEFFICIENT AND

201142- For Librarians Sitemap About Us Publish with Us Advanced Search Search Citation DOI / ISSN / ISBN Home All Publications All Journa

SILICON CARBIDE FILMS WITH HIGH SEEBECK COEFFICIENT AND

Nanocrystalline silicon carbide (SiC) thin films with 5 ~ 10 nm grain size, large Seebeck coefficient (-0.393 mV/K), and low electrical resistivity

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Anomalous Seebeck Coefficient in Boron Carbides | MRS Online

Anomalous Seebeck Coefficient in Boron Carbides - Volume 97 - T. L Aselage, D. Emin, C. Wood, I. Mackinnon, I. Howard Effects of met

Large Enhancement of Boron Carbides Seebeck Coefficients

We report measurements of the Seebeck coefficients of boron carbides having compositions ${\mathrm{B}}_{12+x}{\mathrm{C}}_{3\ensuremath{-

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Experimental study of thermoelectric properties for randomly

2012416-In this experimental study, the thermoelectric (TE) properties of carbon nanotubes (CNTs) and Silicon carbide (SiC) nanoparticles have been

Conductivities and Seebeck Coefficients of Boron Carbides:

The U.S. Department of Energys Office of Scientific and Technical Information OSTI.GOV Journal Article: Conductivities and Seebeck Coefficients of Boron

Anomalous Seebeck coefficient in boron carbides | QUT ePrints

Boron carbides exhibit an anomalously large Seebeck coefficient with a temperature coefficient that is characteristic of polaronic hopping between inequivale