Mesoscopic electronics: Thermoelectric transports in charge-density-wave systems

Hiroyuki Yoshimoto, Susumu Kurihara

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    Collective-mode contribution to the thermoelectric properties in charge-density-wave systems is studied. Thermoelectric power and thermal conductivity is derived from Frohlich Hamiltonian with linear response theory. In this study, we ignore quasi-particle contribution and impurity effects. Energy dissipation is attributed to nonlinear interaction between phase and amplitude modes. We find that temperature dependence of correlation function between electric and heat currents is the same as that of electric conductivity, and thermoelectric power is inversely proportional to temperatures. We also find that thermal conductivity has nearly constant value at the temperatures above amplitude mode gap, and has exponentially low value at the temperatures sufficiently below it.

    Original languageEnglish
    Title of host publicationRealizing Controllable Quantum States: Mesoscopic Superconductivity and Spintronics - In the Light of Quantum Computation
    PublisherWorld Scientific Publishing Co.
    Pages67-72
    Number of pages6
    ISBN (Print)9789812701619, 9789812564689
    DOIs
    Publication statusPublished - 2005 Jan 1

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    thermal conductivity
    electronics
    conductivity
    elementary excitations
    electric current
    temperature
    energy dissipation
    heat
    impurities
    temperature dependence
    interactions

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    Yoshimoto, H., & Kurihara, S. (2005). Mesoscopic electronics: Thermoelectric transports in charge-density-wave systems. In Realizing Controllable Quantum States: Mesoscopic Superconductivity and Spintronics - In the Light of Quantum Computation (pp. 67-72). World Scientific Publishing Co.. https://doi.org/10.1142/9789812701619_0011

    Mesoscopic electronics : Thermoelectric transports in charge-density-wave systems. / Yoshimoto, Hiroyuki; Kurihara, Susumu.

    Realizing Controllable Quantum States: Mesoscopic Superconductivity and Spintronics - In the Light of Quantum Computation. World Scientific Publishing Co., 2005. p. 67-72.

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    Yoshimoto, H & Kurihara, S 2005, Mesoscopic electronics: Thermoelectric transports in charge-density-wave systems. in Realizing Controllable Quantum States: Mesoscopic Superconductivity and Spintronics - In the Light of Quantum Computation. World Scientific Publishing Co., pp. 67-72. https://doi.org/10.1142/9789812701619_0011
    Yoshimoto H, Kurihara S. Mesoscopic electronics: Thermoelectric transports in charge-density-wave systems. In Realizing Controllable Quantum States: Mesoscopic Superconductivity and Spintronics - In the Light of Quantum Computation. World Scientific Publishing Co. 2005. p. 67-72 https://doi.org/10.1142/9789812701619_0011
    Yoshimoto, Hiroyuki ; Kurihara, Susumu. / Mesoscopic electronics : Thermoelectric transports in charge-density-wave systems. Realizing Controllable Quantum States: Mesoscopic Superconductivity and Spintronics - In the Light of Quantum Computation. World Scientific Publishing Co., 2005. pp. 67-72
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