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Running Head: Literature Review
With the increase research on 2D materials, many researchers have focused on the
thermoelectric properties of both the 2D heterostructure and 2D single element materials. The
thermoelectric properties of most nanomaterials was recognized around 1990s, with recent researchers
studying these characteristic in
. The thermoelectric and thermal characteristics of
graphene/h-BN heterostructure has been described by many experimental and theoretical studies 10.
The four-probe conductivity and in-plane Seebeck measurement techniques were initially
described on graphene monolayer samples in 200911–13. Nernst (Sxy = ΔVxy/ΔTxx) and Anomalous
Seebeck (Sxx = ΔVxx/ΔTxx) signals were detected, violating the Mott relation, which was well accepted
for samples made of metal, particularly observe next to the charge neutrality point (CNP) far from the
doped debased limit, which comprises of puddles of electron-holes. In such a resistive state, the
impurity effect was nontrivial and carrier density strongly inhomogeneous. An effective medium
theory was used to explained this manifestation on the thermoelectric power (Nernst and Seebeck)14.
Graphene/h-BN heterostructure’s thermoelectric properties and thermal transport in the mode
of AB stacking was simulated by Wang et al. using functional calculations of first-principles density
combined with the Green’s function of non-equilibrium
. They observed that graphene’s thermal
transport features within the heterostructure is lower in comparison to pure graphene. However,
graphene band gap enhances the coefficient of Seebeck. The ZT for pure graphene is smaller than that
of graphene/h-BN super lattice by a necessary enhancement of 44% 15. It f...