ahmedabudief

Dr. Ahmed Mohammed Abu-Dief Mohammed

Assistant Professor - Assistant professor of Inorganic and Physical Chemistry

Faculty of science

Address: Behind hospital of Sohag University - Ali Ebn Abi Taleb Street

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Publications Which contain the keyword: power factor


Optical, Electrical, and Thermoelectric Properties of Hydrothermally Synthesized Bi2Te3 Nanoflakes
Thermoelectric power generators are promising for clean energy production through converting the waste heat to electricity in environmentally friendly ways without any noise or pollutants. This work reports a facile method to synthesize Bi2Te3 nanoflakes with an investigation of their structural, optical, and thermoelectric properties. Various techniques such as X-ray diffraction, field emission scanning electron microscope, transmission electron microscope, and ... Read more

2018-11-27 20:19:12 Keywords power factor, thermoelectricpower, bulk chalcogenides,
Thermoelectric properties of Te doped bulk Bi2Se3 system
PolycrystallinebulksamplesofBi2(Se1−xTex)3systemwithx=0.0–0.9werepreparedbythe conventionalmeltingmethod.Successfullyandcheaply,SeatomswerereplacedbyTeatomstoget Bi2Se3-Bi2Te3orevenBi2Te3alone.DifferenceofmassandsizebetweenTeandSeatomsisexpected toresultininterestingpropertiesintheBi2(Se1−xTex)3system.Allcompoundsshowedametalsemiconductorconductivitytransition.TheelectricalconductioninthepristineBi2Se3compound increaseswiththelowTedopingratio(x=0.3)thendecreasesmonotonicallyforfurtheramountsof Te.TheSeebeckcoefficientofBi2Se3compoundispositiveshowingupap-typeconduction.However, introducingTecontentincreasesthen-typeconductionwithadecreaseintheSeebeckcoefficient absolutevalue.Inaddition,Bi2Se3compoundisfoundtoexhibitrelativelyhighroomtemperature powerfactorandfigureofmeritvaluesof2.13μW/m.k2.Inanattempttodeterminethefigureof meritZT,Bi2Se3seemstobethebestforroomtemperature,whereas,Teadditionathighvaluesmakes thesystemjustsuitableforhightemperatureapplication Read more

The electric and thermoelectric properties of Cu(II)-Schiff base nano-complexes
have been widely investigated. However, their thermoelectric (TE) properties remain unreported. This work presents Cu(II)-Schiff base complexes as promising materials for TE power generation. Therefore, three Cu(II)-Schiff base complexes (namely, [Cu(C32H22N4O2)].3 2H2O, [Cu(C23H17N4O7Br)], and [Cu(C27H22N4O8)].H2O) have been synthesized in nanosized scale. The electric and TE properties have been studied and comprehensive discussions have been presented to promote the nano-complexes (NCs) ... Read more