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Seebeck

(ˈsiːbɛk)
n
1. (Philately) any of a set of stamps issued (1890–99) in Nicaragua, Honduras, Ecuador, and El Salvador and named after Nicholas Frederick Seebeck, who provided them free to the respective governments
2. (Philately) any of the reprints issued later for personal gain by Seebeck
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Thermoelectric devices may be reversed, as governed by the Seebeck effect, enabling them to also be used for power generation (TEG).
1) Thomas Johann Seebeck Department of Electronics, Tallinn University of Technology, Ehitajate Tee 5, 19086 Tallinn, Estonia
Contract award notice: Supply, installation and commissioning of a set of apparatus for the measurement of the Seebeck effect and electrical conductivity and the measurement of thermal diffusivity by the pulse method (LFA) for a laboratory in the research and development section of the Energy Center, description according to point.
Thermoelectric conversion is based on the Seebeck effect, which causes electrical energy to be generated when a temperature gradient is applied to thermoelectric elements.
Essa separacao rovem de descober independentes do fisico frances Jean Charles Athanase Peltier e do fisico estonio-alemao Thomas Johann Seebeck (Wikipedia, n.
The species has disappeared from previous strongholds, especially in Melbourne's south-eastern suburbs (Seebeck 1977; Menkhorst and Seebeck 1990; Coates et al.
Donde a es el coeficiente de Seebeck [[micron]V/[grados]C].
Also, the company announced that Janine Seebeck, chief financial officer, will be resigning from her position, effective 18 November 2016, as she has accepted a CFO position at a company that does not compete with Agilysys.
The Seebeck effect and Seebeck coefficients describe the relationship between voltage and temperature in conductors.
TOKYO, Apr 25, 2016 - (JCN Newswire) - NEC Corporation , NEC TOKIN Corporation and TOHOKU UNIVERSITY have jointly created a thermoelectric (TE) device(1) using cutting edge thermoelectric conversion technology, the spin Seebeck effect(2), with conversion efficiency 10 times higher than the conventional method(3).