Tuning of the Thermoelectric Figure of Merit of CH 3 NH 3 MI 3 (M=Pb,Sn) Photovoltaic Perovskites. Mettan, X.; Pisoni, R.; Matus, P.; Pisoni, A.; Jaćimović, J.; Náfrádi, B.; Spina, M.; Pavuna, D.; Forró, L.; and Horváth, E. The Journal of Physical Chemistry C, 119(21):11506-11510, 5, 2015.
Tuning of the Thermoelectric Figure of Merit of CH 3 NH 3 MI 3 (M=Pb,Sn) Photovoltaic Perovskites [link]Website  abstract   bibtex   
The hybrid halide perovskites, the very performant compounds in photovoltaic applications, possess large Seebeck coefficient and low thermal conductivity making them potentially interesting high figure of merit (ZT) materials. For this purpose one needs to tune the electrical conductivity of these semiconductors to higher values. We have studied the CH3NH3MI3 (M=Pb,Sn) samples in pristine form showing very low ZT values for both materials. However, photo-induced doping (in M=Pb) and chemical doping (in M=Sn) indicate that, by further doping optimization, ZT can be enhanced towards unity and reach the performance level of the presently most efficient thermoelectric materials.\nThe hybrid halide perovskites, the very performant compounds in photovoltaic applications, possess large Seebeck coefficient and low thermal conductivity making them potentially interesting high figure of merit (ZT) materials. For this purpose one needs to tune the electrical conductivity of these semiconductors to higher values. We have studied the CH3NH3MI3 (M=Pb,Sn) samples in pristine form showing very low ZT values for both materials. However, photo-induced doping (in M=Pb) and chemical doping (in M=Sn) indicate that, by further doping optimization, ZT can be enhanced towards unity and reach the performance level of the presently most efficient thermoelectric materials.
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 author = {Mettan, Xavier and Pisoni, Riccardo and Matus, Péter and Pisoni, Andrea and Jaćimović, Jaćim and Náfrádi, Bálint and Spina, Massimo and Pavuna, Davor and Forró, László and Horváth, Endre},
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