G. Jeffrey Snyder focuses on Thermoelectric materials, Thermoelectric effect, Condensed matter physics, Doping and Seebeck coefficient. His Thermoelectric materials study incorporates themes from Figure of merit, Nanotechnology and Semiconductor. As part of the same scientific family, G. Jeffrey Snyder usually focuses on Thermoelectric effect, concentrating on Optoelectronics and intersecting with Atmospheric temperature range.
His Condensed matter physics course of study focuses on Scattering and Grain boundary. G. Jeffrey Snyder studied Doping and Crystallite that intersect with Electron mobility. The concepts of his Seebeck coefficient study are interwoven with issues in Electricity generation and Density of states.
G. Jeffrey Snyder mostly deals with Thermoelectric effect, Thermoelectric materials, Condensed matter physics, Thermal conductivity and Doping. G. Jeffrey Snyder studies Thermoelectric effect, focusing on Seebeck coefficient in particular. His Seebeck coefficient study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Hall effect, Atmospheric temperature range and Skutterudite.
His work focuses on many connections between Thermoelectric materials and other disciplines, such as Thermoelectric generator, that overlap with his field of interest in Engineering physics. His study looks at the relationship between Condensed matter physics and fields such as Grain boundary, as well as how they intersect with chemical problems. His work carried out in the field of Doping brings together such families of science as Valence, Crystallography and Electron mobility.
G. Jeffrey Snyder mainly focuses on Thermoelectric effect, Thermoelectric materials, Condensed matter physics, Thermal conductivity and Scattering. His Thermoelectric effect research includes themes of Doping, Figure of merit, Semiconductor, Optoelectronics and Band gap. G. Jeffrey Snyder focuses mostly in the field of Thermoelectric materials, narrowing it down to topics relating to Vacancy defect and, in certain cases, Solid solution.
The study incorporates disciplines such as Single crystal, Grain boundary and Anisotropy in addition to Condensed matter physics. His work deals with themes such as Phase transition, Heat capacity and Softening, which intersect with Thermal conductivity. The Scattering study combines topics in areas such as Crystallographic defect and Dislocation.
His primary areas of study are Thermoelectric materials, Thermoelectric effect, Condensed matter physics, Thermal conductivity and Grain boundary. His Thermoelectric materials research includes elements of Thermoelectric cooling, Electrical resistance and conductance, Photoemission spectroscopy, Band gap and Thermoelectric generator. His Thermoelectric effect research focuses on Doping and how it relates to Semiconductor and Density functional theory.
His Condensed matter physics research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Scattering, Impurity and Electrical resistivity and conductivity. His research integrates issues of Phonon and Heat capacity in his study of Thermal conductivity. His Grain boundary research incorporates elements of Porosity, Bismuth, Charge carrier, Electron backscatter diffraction and Crystallite.
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Complex thermoelectric materials.
G. Jeffrey Snyder;Eric S. Toberer.
Nature Materials (2008)
Enhancement of Thermoelectric Efficiency in PbTe by Distortion of the Electronic Density of States
Joseph P. Heremans;Vladimir Jovovic;Eric S. Toberer;Ali Saramat.
Convergence of electronic bands for high performance bulk thermoelectrics
Yanzhong Pei;Xiaoya Shi;Aaron LaLonde;Heng Wang.
Copper ion liquid-like thermoelectrics
Huili Liu;Xun Shi;Fangfang Xu;Linlin Zhang.
Nature Materials (2012)
Ultrahigh power factor and thermoelectric performance in hole-doped single-crystal SnSe
Li Dong Zhao;Li Dong Zhao;Gangjian Tan;Shiqiang Hao;Jiaqing He.
Dense dislocation arrays embedded in grain boundaries for high-performance bulk thermoelectrics
Sang Il Kim;Kyu Hyoung Lee;Hyeon A Mun;Hyun Sik Kim;Hyun Sik Kim.
Characterization of Lorenz number with Seebeck coefficient measurement
Hyun Sik Kim;Hyun Sik Kim;Zachary M. Gibbs;Yinglu Tang;Heng Wang.
APL Materials (2015)
Disordered zinc in Zn4Sb3 with phonon-glass and electron-crystal thermoelectric properties.
G. Jeffrey Snyder;Mogens Christensen;Eiji Nishibori;Thierry Caillat.
Nature Materials (2004)
Yb14MnSb11: New High Efficiency Thermoelectric Material for Power Generation
Shawna R. Brown;Susan M. Kauzlarich;Franck Gascoin;G. Jeffrey Snyder.
Chemistry of Materials (2006)
Intrinsic electrical transport and magnetic properties of La0.67Ca0.33MnO3 and La0.67Sr0.33MnO3 MOCVD thin films and bulk material.
G. Jeffrey Snyder;Ron Hiskes;Steve DiCarolis;M. R. Beasley.
Physical Review B (1996)
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