The escalating energy crisis, resulting from the substantial amount of energy wasted in the form of heat by sources such as combustion fuels, chemical reactions, and nuclear decays, demands alternative resources for efficient energy management. This has accelerated the search for clean and renewable sources and newer approaches toward efficient energy management. One of the most promising approaches is converting waste heat into electrical energy using thermoelectric materials. Such conversion approaches utilize and harvest the waste heat, thereby mitigating environmental concerns.
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