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Thermoelectric Materials Based on Tetrahedrite Structure for the Thermoelectric Devices
IntroductionGrowing concern with energy independence and sustainability has initiated research into methods that can help to increase energy efficiency. One method, thermoelectric devices, converts waste heat from current processes into energy. These devices take advantage of a temperature gradient across the device, creating a voltage from the temperature...
Natural Mineral Tetrahedrite as a Direct Source of Thermoelectric Materials
IntroductionThermoelectric (TE) materials make possible the direct conversion of waste heat into electricity, potentially improving energy efficiency or providing an alternative energy source. TE materials experience the thermoelectric effect, whereby voltage is generated when there is a temperature gradient within the material. Since 1995, advances...
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