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March 29, 2018 //By Nick Flaherty
Tin selenide 'nanoflakes' for miniature thermoelectric devices
Researchers from Case Western Reserve University in Cleveland, Ohio, are investigating single crystal 'nanoflakes' of tin selenide (SnSe) for miniature thermoelectric devices that can generate power from temperature differences and be used for cooling.

In the future, the researcher hope that SnSe nanostructures and thin films may be useful for miniaturized, environmentally friendly, low-cost thermoelectric and cooling devices.

The group reports in the Journal of Applied Physics.

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