Quasi-two-dimensional thermoelectricity in SnSe

@inproceedings{Tayari2018QuasitwodimensionalTI,
  title={Quasi-two-dimensional thermoelectricity in SnSe},
  author={Vahid Tayari and Boris V Senkovskiy and Dmitry V. Rybkovskiy and Niels Ehlen and Aleksey Mikhailovich Fedorov and Chia-Yen Chen and Jose Avila and M. Asensio and Andrea Perucchi and Paola Di Pietro and L. P. Yashina and Ibrahim Fakih and Nicholas Hemsworth and Mariana Petrescu and Guillaume Gervais and Alexander Gruneis and Thomas Szkopek},
  year={2018}
}
Stannous selenide is a layered semiconductor that is a polar analogue of black phosphorus, and of great interest as a thermoelectric material. Unusually, hole doped SnSe supports a large Seebeck coefficient at high conductivity, which has not been explained to date. Angle resolved photo-emission spectroscopy, optical reflection spectroscopy and magnetotransport measurements reveal a multiple-valley valence band structure and a quasi two-dimensional dispersion, realizing a Hicks-Dresselhaus… CONTINUE READING

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