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  • History and Properties of Thermoelectric Devices
    In 1834 Jean Peltier discovered that when electrical current passes through a closed circuit made up of two dissimilar metals, heat energy is absorbed at one dissimilar metal junction and discharged at the other junction. This discovery is the basis for all thermoelectric devices, and is quantified
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    and cools the other through a phenomenon known as the Peltier effect. Conversely, the Seebeck effect lets a thermoelectric generator (TEG) create a voltage across a junction (and an electric current if the circuit is closed) when one side is forced hot and the other remains cold. TECs and TEGs

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