Discussion about Thermoelectric
hi ! im just want to asking about this particular thermoelectric ? mind to shares your knowledge about this ? feel free to share or maybe can share the link where i can got more info bout this . im appreciate a lot . thank you .
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It's not clear what you really want to discuss; because randomly discussing about thermoelectric is pointless. Do you have any questions about thermoelectric or is there a concept that you find difficult to understand? If yes, ask a specific question so that our fellow members can help you with it.
okay im just confuse between seebeck effect and thermoelectric. is it both are the same thing or difference method . My point is currently i'm doing a research about thermoelectric but through my reading on papers, sometimes it say seebeck effects. So, what are the difference thermoelectric and seebeck effect ? Im so sorry if my question not clear all members.
Seebeck effect is what you observe with a thermocouple. When there is a temperature difference between two junctions of dissimilar metals a voltage difference arises between them. The reverse is observed if a voltage is applied between two such junctions. This is the Peltier effect. Both are inverse versions of thermoelectric phenomena.
This NPTEL lecture may help to clear your thoughts.
Thank you so much sir . good knowledge and very helpful. will follow up with link given.