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Thermal Imaging of Thermoelectric 1D nanowires of Bi2Te3 using Scanning Thermal Microscopy

Abstract : Energy harvesting is certainly one of the most exciting challenge in modern physics. Theoretical calculations, material engineering and novel experimental characterization techniques have risen to fully explore the nanoscale limit and new materials with tailored properties. I The purpose of this work is to present the current state-of-progress of the thermal metrology plateform developed at LEMTA and more specifically the scanning thermal microscope (SThM). We applied this SThM technique to the study of thermoelectric-based Bi2Te3 nanowires.
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Gilles Pernot, Hadrien Chaynes, A Danine, Nicolas Stein, David Lacroix. Thermal Imaging of Thermoelectric 1D nanowires of Bi2Te3 using Scanning Thermal Microscopy. Nanoscale and Microscale Heat Transfer V, Eurotherm Seminar No 108, Sep 2016, Santorini, Greece. ⟨hal-01539222⟩



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