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April 05

Researchers obtain high-performance thermoelectric materials through trapped-hole release and pseudo-nanostructure

Thermoelectric material is a kind of functional material capable of directly converting thermal into electrical energy and vice versa. The thermoelectric devices produced from materials have the potential to collect and utilize low-grade waste heat that is discretely distributed, offering broad applications.


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