Jonathan James D'Angelo

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The series of Pb(9.6)Sb(0.2)Te(10)(-)(x)Se(x) compounds with different Se content (x) were prepared, and their structure was investigated at the atomic and nanosized regime level. Thermoelectric properties were measured in the temperature range from 300 to 700 K. The Pb(9.6)Sb(0.2)Te(10)(-)(x)Se(x) series was designed after the refinement of the(More)
Thermoelectric materials can be used for cooling/heating applications, or converting waste heat into electricity. Novel thermoelectric materials have been discovered in recent years. Characterization of an electrical conductivity and thermopower of a sample from room temperature to > or = 900 K is often necessary for thermoelectric materials. This paper(More)
Thermoelectric generators can be used for converting waste heat into electric power. Significant interest in developing new materials in recent years has led to the discovery of several promising thermoelectrics, however, there can be considerable challenges in developing the materials into working devices. Testing and feedback is needed at each step to(More)
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