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Kolorierte elektronenmikroskopische Aufnahme eines Quantenpunktes.
Thermoelectric efficiency of quantum dots now characterizable
Thermoelectric materials can convert temperature differences into electrical energy and vice versa. In nanodimensions, they are potentially useful for applications such as cooling microchips, or improving their energy efficiency in the form of nanoscale thermoelectric generators.
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PGI Colloquium: Prof. Dr. J. Paul Attfield, University of Edinburgh, Edinburgh, UK  
Early concepts of magnetism emerged from studies of magnetic minerals, notably magnetite (Fe3O4). Today we know of many types of magnetism and magnetic materials, but transition metal oxides remain important as they are based on abundant, non-toxic elements and can offer large magnetisations at room temperature.
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