Synthesis and Characterization of Ternary Intermetallic Materials for Energy Conservation
The ever-growing world population and the rapid decline of fossil fuels require more efficient technology for the production and use of energy. Ternary intermetallic compounds built from earth-abundant materials are of strong interest due to their interesting physical properties including magnetism, thermal transport, and electronic behavior. Herein, various ternary transition metal antimonide and chalcogenide materials are discussed, as well as their potential for application in energy science.
Thompson, Purdue University.
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