Electromotive force generation in homogeneously heated semiconducting samarium monosulfide

@article{Kaminskii2002ElectromotiveFG,
  title={Electromotive force generation in homogeneously heated semiconducting samarium monosulfide},
  author={V. V. Kaminskii and Sergey M. Solov'ev and A. V. Golubkov},
  journal={Technical Physics Letters},
  year={2002},
  volume={28},
  pages={229-231}
}
The emf generated in samarium monosulfide (SmS) single crystals heated in the absence of external temperature gradients was measured for the first time in a broad temperature range (from room temperature to 712 K). The phenomena of self-heating (up to T=866 K) and the emf generation were observed in the SmS samples after termination of the external heating. A high level of the emf (0.4–0.6 V) generated for 12 min (including 10 min without external heating) suggests that these effects can be… 
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