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Magnetic Contribution to the Seebeck Effect

Authors
  • Ansermet, Jean-Philippe
  • Brechet, Sylvain D.
Publication Date
Nov 30, 2018
Source
MDPI
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Language
English
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Green
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Abstract

B . This term appears in the formalism when the magnetic field is treated as a state variable. Two subsystems are considered, one representing atomic magnetic moments, and the other, mobile charges carrying a magnetic dipole moment. A magnetic contribution to the Seebeck coefficient is identified, proportional to the logarithmic derivative of the magnetization with respect to temperature. A brief review of experimental data on magneto-thermopower in magnetic metals illustrates this magnetic effect on thermally-driven charge transport.

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