We consider the Seebeck coefficient in LaCrO3 and related transition-metal-oxide perovskites using a model for electronic conduction based on the electronic structure of the 3d orbitals of the B-site transition-metal cations. Relations for the Seebeck coefficient are presented for those perovskite systems in which electronic conduction is through the t2g states of the B-site transition-metal cations. High- and low-temperature limits for the Seebeck coefficient are identified for the cases of both strong and weak magnetic coupling between electron spins. In these high- and low-temperature limits, the Seebeck coefficient is determined as a function of carrier concentration. Results are applied to an analysis of experimental data for the (La,Sr)CrO3
D. B. Marsh and P. E. Parris, "Theory of the Seebeck Coefficient in LaCrO3 and Related Perovskite Systems," Physical Review B (Condensed Matter), vol. 54, no. 11, pp. 7720-7728, American Physical Society (APS), Sep 1996.
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