Unexpectedly high cross-plane thermoelectric performance of layered carbon nitrides

  title={Unexpectedly high cross-plane thermoelectric performance of layered carbon nitrides},
  author={Zhidong Ding and Meng An and Shenqiu Mo and Xiaoxiang Yu and Zelin Jin and Yuxuan Liao and Keivan Esfarjani and Jing-Tao L{\"u} and Junichiro Shiomi and Nuo Yang},
  journal={Journal of Materials Chemistry A},
A strategy to increase the efficiency of layered organic thermoelectric material is proposed by utilizing the overlap of pz orbitals. 

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