Correction to “Ultra-High Thermoelectric Power Factors in Narrow Gap Materials with Asymmetric Bands”

  title={Correction to “Ultra-High Thermoelectric Power Factors in Narrow Gap Materials with Asymmetric Bands”},
  author={Patrizio Graziosi and Neophytos Neophytou},
  journal={The Journal of Physical Chemistry C},
We theoretically unveil the unconventional possibility to achieve extremely high thermoelectric power factors in lightly doped narrow gap semiconductors with asymmetric conduction/valence bands ope... 
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