Thermoelectric power of barium up to 8 GPa

Phys. Rev. B 35, 1440 – Published 15 January 1987
Geetha Ramani, C. Divakar, and A. K. Singh


The present measurements indicate that the thermoelectric power (TEP) of barium at room temperature and pressure is 15 μV K-1, and decreases with increasing pressure, reaching about 4 μV K-1 just before the bcc→hcp transition. The TEP shows a discontinuous increase at the bcc→hcp transition beyond which it continues to decrease with increasing pressure.


  • Received 11 August 1986
  • Published in the issue dated 15 January 1987

© 1987 The American Physical Society

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Geetha Ramani, C. Divakar, and A. K. Singh

  • Materials Science Division, National Aeronautical Laboratory, Bangalore 560 017, India

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