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 (thûr′mō-ĭ-lĕk′trĭk) also ther·mo·e·lec·tri·cal (-trĭ-kəl)
Characteristic of, resulting from, or using electrical phenomena occurring in conjunction with a flow of heat.

ther′mo·e·lec′tri·cal·ly adv.
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(ˌθɜːməʊɪˈlɛktrɪk) or


1. (General Physics) of, relating to, used in, or operated by the generation of an electromotive force by the Seebeck effect or the Thomson effect: a thermoelectric thermometer.
2. (General Physics) of, relating to, used in, or operated by the production or absorption of heat by the Peltier effect: a thermoelectric cooler.
ˌthermoeˈlectrically adv
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(ˌθɜr moʊ ɪˈlɛk trɪk)

also ther`mo•e•lec′tri•cal,

of, pertaining to, or involving the direct relationship between heat and electricity.
ther`mo•e•lec′tri•cal•ly, adv.
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Relating to electric energy produced by heat or to heat produced by electric energy. The thermoelectric energy of a nuclear power plant is produced by the heat generated from nuclear fission. Thermoelectric energy in automobiles is generated by a thermocouple, which makes use of differences in temperature to generate electricity.
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Adj.1.thermoelectric - involving or resulting from thermoelectricity
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A. ADJtermoeléctrico
B. CPD thermoelectric couple Npar m termoeléctrico
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The range includes sensor heads for measurement of diffuse light, miniature and low-profile units, thermoelectrically cooled devices and fixed field-of-view solutions.
An epoxy resin was nanomodified with in-situ generated silver nanoparticles and filled with both CB and NF at different relative ratios, keeping a constant filler amount of 4 wt%, and the resulting materials were thermoelectrically characterized.
Because the light emission spectrum is so different for the light-emitting diode grow lamps (Sunshine Systems, Wheeling, Illinois), the spectrum was also measured using a 0.3 m spectrometer with a 150 groove per mm diffraction grating and a thermoelectrically cooled CCD camera.
Plus they use Princeton Instruments ArcTec, a technology that uses air or liquid to thermoelectrically cool the cameras to -90[degrees]C.
The MCT is a compact three stage thermoelectrically cooled detector optimized to provide high performance in the spectral range from 2 to 13 [micro]m, D* being [greater than or equal to] 4.5x[10.sup.8] cm[Hz.sup.0.5]/W at [lambda]opt.
The spectra were excited with a 632 nm laser line, and the collected light was analyzed with a thermoelectrically cooled Si detector.
The Raman system has a power adjustable 785 nm laser diode (FC-785-350-MM2-PC-1-0RM, 350 mW o[micro]maximum power, RGBLase) as a laser source, a high-throughput spectrograph (XPE85-NIR, F/1.4, Nanobase) coupled with a thermoelectrically (TE) cooled charge coupled device (CCD) camera (iDus 401 BR-DD, Andor) for light collection and data transfer.
The TPW cell is maintained inside a thermoelectrically cooled dry-well maintenance system, which was specifically designed to maintain ice mantles for this type of cell.
The formation of PDA polymer in PCL-PDA EFM was confirmed by Raman microscope, equipped with a diode laser (785 nm), a thermoelectrically cooled (-40C) charge-coupled detection (CCD) detector and a holographic grating (Kaiser Optical Inc., USA).
The detector is operated in a cooled state usually at -25 [degrees]C with a two stage thermoelectrically Peltier cooler.