Solid state synthesis of magnesium base thermoelectric semi-conducting materials

T. Aizawa, R. Song, K. Kondoh, A. Yamamoto, H. Obara

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Abstract

Various types of thermoelectric materials are required to find out optimum material solution to heat-waste conditions. In addition, lead-free materials are also favored for eco-material solutions, so that Pb-Te system must be replaced by non-hazardous material system. Less energy consumption for fabrication has to be also taken into account in material selection. In this paper, solid state processing is proposed to fabricate dense n-type semi-conductive, magnesium base thermoelectric materials. This approach is favored for low temperature fabrication of compounds and net-shaping to thermoelectric module elements. Mg-Si system is employed to describe the features of solid-state synthesis from the powder mixture of pure magnesium and silicon to Mg 2Si. Through measurement of its thermoelectric properties, the further possibility of this approach is discussed.

Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationProcessing and Fabrication of Advanced Materials XII
EditorsT.S. Srivatsan, R.A. Varin
Pages490-503
Number of pages14
Publication statusPublished - 2003
Externally publishedYes
EventProcessing and Fabrication of Advanced Materials XII - Pittsburgh, PA
Duration: 2003 Oct 132003 Oct 15

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OtherProcessing and Fabrication of Advanced Materials XII
CityPittsburgh, PA
Period03/10/1303/10/15

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Magnesium
Fabrication
Waste heat
Silicon
Powders
Energy utilization
Lead
Processing

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  • Materials Science(all)

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Aizawa, T., Song, R., Kondoh, K., Yamamoto, A., & Obara, H. (2003). Solid state synthesis of magnesium base thermoelectric semi-conducting materials. In T. S. Srivatsan, & R. A. Varin (Eds.), Processing and Fabrication of Advanced Materials XII (pp. 490-503)

Solid state synthesis of magnesium base thermoelectric semi-conducting materials. / Aizawa, T.; Song, R.; Kondoh, K.; Yamamoto, A.; Obara, H.

Processing and Fabrication of Advanced Materials XII. ed. / T.S. Srivatsan; R.A. Varin. 2003. p. 490-503.

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingConference contribution

Aizawa, T, Song, R, Kondoh, K, Yamamoto, A & Obara, H 2003, Solid state synthesis of magnesium base thermoelectric semi-conducting materials. in TS Srivatsan & RA Varin (eds), Processing and Fabrication of Advanced Materials XII. pp. 490-503, Processing and Fabrication of Advanced Materials XII, Pittsburgh, PA, 03/10/13.
Aizawa T, Song R, Kondoh K, Yamamoto A, Obara H. Solid state synthesis of magnesium base thermoelectric semi-conducting materials. In Srivatsan TS, Varin RA, editors, Processing and Fabrication of Advanced Materials XII. 2003. p. 490-503
Aizawa, T. ; Song, R. ; Kondoh, K. ; Yamamoto, A. ; Obara, H. / Solid state synthesis of magnesium base thermoelectric semi-conducting materials. Processing and Fabrication of Advanced Materials XII. editor / T.S. Srivatsan ; R.A. Varin. 2003. pp. 490-503
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