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Copper Mixed Valence Concept: “Cu(I)–Cu(II)” in Thermoelectric Copper Sulfides—an Alternative to “Cu(II)–Cu(III)” in Superconducting Cuprates

  • Bernard RaveauEmail author
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Abstract

The present essay is focused on the role of the Cu(I)–Cu(II) mixed valence for designing thermoelectric sulfides with p-type metal–like properties. A comparison is made with the concept of Cu(II)–Cu(III) mixed valence used for the synthesis of high Tc superconducting cuprates. Attention is drawn on the structural and metal-like conductivity analogy of these thermoelectric sulfides with CuCl, which was previously investigated as a potential superconductor by T. Geballe et al.

Keywords

Copper mixed valence Cu-based metallic conductors Thermoelectric sulfides Superconducting cuprates 

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  1. 1.UMR 6508 CNRS-ENSICAENUniversité de CaenCaenFrance

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