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Thermoelectric materials - Wikipedia

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Thermoelectric materials show the thermoelectric effect in a strong or convenient form. The thermoelectric effect refers to phenomena by which either a ...

Thermoelectrics at Northwestern

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Thermoelectrics. The Science of Thermoelectric Materials. The Seebeck Effect. In a thermoelectric material there are free electrons or holes which carry both ...

How Thermoelectric Generators Work - Alphabet Energy

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Thermoelectric power generation requires three major pieces of technology: thermoelectric materials, thermoelectric modules and systems that interface with the ...

History of Thermoelectrics - Thermoelectrics at Caltech

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Thermoelectric Effects - Early study of Thermoelectricity 1820-1920. In the 100 years before the world wars thermoelectricity was discovered and developed in ...

How do thermoelectrics work | Power Practical

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Thermoelectric generators take a temperature difference and turn it into electrical power. Amazingly, these materials can also be run in reverse! Learn more.

Thermoelectric materials: Energy conversion between heat and ...

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Apr 24, 2015 ... Thermoelectric materials have drawn vast attentions for centuries, because thermoelectric effects enable direct conversion between thermal ...

An inconvenient truth about thermoelectrics : Article : Nature Materials

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Despite recent advances, thermoelectric energy conversion will never be as efficient as steam engines. That means thermoelectrics will remain limited to ...

Complex thermoelectric materials : Article : Nature Materials

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Thermoelectric materials, which can generate electricity from waste heat or be used as solid-state Peltier coolers, could play an important role in a global ...

Thermoelectrics - Latest research and news | Nature

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Thermoelectrics are materials that can generate electricity from the application of a temperature gradient, or vice versa, through the thermoelectric effect.

Thermoelectrics: a review of present and potential applications

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Thermoelectric devices are solid state devices. They are reliable energy converters and have no noise or vibration as there are no mechanical moving parts.

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Materials for Advanced Thermoelectrics | Sigma-Aldrich

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Thermoelectric materials comprise a wide range of solid compounds distinguished by their ability to convert thermal and electrical energy.

Thermoelectric Engineering - Thermoelectrics at Caltech

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Thermoelectrics. Thermoelectric Engineering. Thermoelectric Devices. Thermoelectric devices are made from thermoelectric modules. A thermoelectric module ...

Thermoelectrics at Caltech

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The Thermoelectrics group in Materials Science focuses on furthering the science and improving the technology of Thermoelectrics. The materials research  ...