Chlorine-enabled electron doping in solution-synthesized SnSe thermoelectric nanomaterials
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An aqueous solution method is developed for the facile synthesis of Cl-containing SnSe nanoparticles in 10 g quantities per batch. The particle size and Cl concentration of the nanoparticles can be efficiently tuned as a function of reaction duration. Hot pressing produces n-type Cl-doped SnSe nanostructured compacts with thermoelectric power factors optimized via control of Cl dopant concentration. This approach, combining an energy-efficient solution synthesis with hot pressing, provides a simple, rapid, and low-cost route to high performance n-type SnSe thermoelectric materials.
Han , G , Popuri , S R , Greer , H F , Llin , L F , Bos , J-W G , Zhou , W , Paul , D J , Ménard , H , Knox , A R , Montecucco , A , Siviter , J , Man , E A , Li , W , Paul , M C , Gao , M , Sweet , T , Freer , R , Azough , F , Baig , H , Mallik , T K & Gregory , D H 2017 , ' Chlorine-enabled electron doping in solution-synthesized SnSe thermoelectric nanomaterials ' Advanced Energy Materials , vol. 7 , no. 13 , 1602328 . https://doi.org/10.1002/aenm.201602328
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DescriptionThis work was financially supported by the EPSRC (EP/K022156/1). SRP and JWGB acknowledge the EPSRC for support (EP/N01717X/1). HFG and WZ acknowledge the EPSRC for the Equipment Grant to purchase Titan Themis 200 microscope (EP/L017008/1).
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