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- Short History and Development of Thermoelectric Conjugated PEDOTs
2. PEDOTs: Preparation, Morphology, and Electronic Structures
3. The Basis of Thermoelectric Transport for PEDOTs
4. The Thermoelectric performance dependence of PEDOTs
5. Optimizing Thermoelectric performance of PEDOTs
6. Derivatives, Heteroanalogs, and Copolymers of PEDOT for Thermoelectric Materials
7. PEDOTs-based thermoelectric nanocomposites/hybrids
8. Measurement Techniques of Thermoelectric PEDOTs
9. Wearable thermoelectric devices and applications for PEDOTs
10. Challenges and Perspectives
PEDOT is currently the most widely used polymeric material in research and development. Over the past ten years, PEDOT has been investigated for potential organic thermoelectric applications, because of their superior thermoelectric and mechanical properties in comparison to other conductive polymers. However, there are many remaining challenges to be solved prior to their translation to key technologies.
Advanced PEDOT Thermoelectric Materials summarizes the current progress and challenges of PEDOT thermoelectric materials and clarifies directions of future development. It provides a comprehensive overview of chemical, physical, and technical information about this organic thermoelectric polymer. The authors also address details of the theoretical basis of PEDOT including preparation, characterization, and its development as high-performance thermoelectric PEDOT materials.
This book can help researchers who are working on PEDOT materials to prepare, characterize, analyze, test and apply, while contributing to the future development and application of organic thermoelectric materials.
- Provides overview of techniques to optimize thermoelectric performance of PEDOT materials
- Includes introduction to fundamentals of PEDOT thermoelectrics including material synthesis, characterization preparation, thermal transport
- Discusses emerging applications in thermoelectric devices and future directions
Materials Scientists and Engineers Physicists, Chemists
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- © Woodhead Publishing 2021
- 1st November 2021
- Woodhead Publishing
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Fengxing Jiang received his Ph.D. degree in physical chemistry in 2013 from Soochow University. He is now a Professor in the Department of Physics at Jiangxi Science and Technology Normal University. His research interests center mainly on the design and synthesis of new functional conducting polymers and their applications in thermoelectric conversion, supercapacitor, biochemical sensors, and fuel cells.
Professor, Department of Physics, Jiangxi Science and Technology Normal University, China
Congcong Liu received his B.S. degree in Applied Chemistry in 2011 from Jiangxi Science and Technology Normal University. He received his Ph. D. degree from the School of Materials science and Engineering at Tongji University in 2019. His main contribution is the report of free-standing PEDOT:PSS film as a promising thermoelectric polymer with a stable thermoelectric figure-of-merit (ZT~10-2) in room temperature (Synth. Met., 2010, 160, 2481-2485). This is the highest value at the time. His current research interests centers mainly on the design and synthesis of conducting polymers/2D inorganic composites and their applications in energy conversion and energy storage.
Jiangxi Science and Technology Normal University, China
Jingkun Xu is a Professor of Organic Chemistry at the Jiangxi Science and Technology Normal University. He received his Ph. D. degree in Polymer Chemistry and Physics from Tsinghua University in 2003. His research interests center mainly on the preparation of new conducting polymers with high performance and their applications in thermoelectric conversion, electrochromics, supercapacitors, biochemical sensors, and fuel celsl. His primary goal is to design new high-quality conducting polymer-based materials for various energy storage and conversion devices
Professor of Organic Chemistry, Jiangxi Science and Technology Normal University, China
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