Abstract

The light-actuated electrohydrodynamics in plasmonic nanofluids represent harvestable exergy in an open system. Here we demonstrate thermoelectric responses and analyze the energy conversion. Future efforts will require scrutiny of the negative-Soret-coefficient thermophoretic dynamics.

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