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Advanced Thermoelectric Materials for Energy Harvesting Applications [Working Title]
Inorganic and organic thermoelectric (TE) materials have received an extensive scientific interest during the last decades, due to their ability to directly convert the thermal energy to electricity. This is described by the well-known "Seebeck effect". TE materials can convert also electricity into cooling through the "Peltier effect". As such, TE materials and thermoelectric generator (TEG) devices can be utilized for potential applications including (i) thermal energy harvesting, (ii) localdoi:10.5772/intechopen.86946 fatcat:vgehddfuozhyhjmr43aasmdq3a