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Peltier cooling at molecular scale

Nature Nanotechnologyvolume 13pages9799 (2018) | Download Citation

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Under specific conditions, molecular monolayers dissipate power more than they heat up at one end of a molecular junction, validating theoretical predictions of Peltier cooling.

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    • Keehoon Kang
    •  & Takhee Lee

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