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Thermopile effect due to laser radiation heating in thin films of high-Tc materials

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urn:nbn:de:bvb:355-epub-169379
Renk, Karl Friedrich ; Betz, J. ; Zeuner, S. ; Lengfellner, Hans ; Prettl, Wilhelm
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Abstract

We report on the observation of a thermopile effect caused by laser radiation heating in thin films of high-Tc material. The thermopile effect is due to a transverse Seebeck effect. The transverse Seebeck effect is observable first because of the anisotropy of YBa2Cu3O7−δ, and secondly because it is possible to grow off-axis epitaxial films. The thermopile effect can be used for developing detectors for laser radiation.


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