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Figure 3 shows S of the sintered alloys incorporating different amounts of Ti. The absolute value of S in the non-substituted Fe2VAl alloy is less than 30 μV/K around room temperature . The reported band-structure calculations suggested that the Fe2VAl is a semimetal with a steep pseudogap at the Fermi level [11,12]. The electronic band structure around the Fermi level is then characterized by a small overlap of V-derived conduction band minimum, containing electron carriers, with a valence band maximum arising from Fe-derived holes.
The reported band-structure calculations suggested that the Fe2VAl is a semimetal with a steep pseudogap at the Fermi level [11,12]. The electronic band structure around the Fermi level is then characterized by a small overlap of V-derived conduction band minimum, containing electron carriers, with a valence band maximum arising from Fe-derived holes. Therefore, the Seebeck effect produced by electrons and holes should nearly neutralize each other, resulting in a small value of S in the non-substituted Fe2VAl alloy.
The heating and cooling rate was 100 K/min. The high pressure enables to obtain well-densified sintered alloy despite the relatively short time heat treatment process. 5 mm thickness, were cut into a bar shape for measurement of ρ and S. Separately prepared bulk samples, with a typical size of 10 mm diameter and 2 mm thickness, were used for the measurement of κ. Crystallographic structure analysis was performed using X-ray diffraction (XRD) with Cu Kα radiation. The samples’ microstructures were observed using a scanning electron microscope (SEM).