Seebeck coefficient
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The Seebeck coefficient (also known as thermopower,thermoelectric power, and thermoelectric sensistivity) of a material is a measure of the magnitude of an induced thermoelectric voltage in response to a temperature difference across that material, as induced by the Seebeck effect. The SI unit of the Seebeck coefficient is volts per kelvin (V/K), although it is more often given in microvolts per kelvin (μV/K).
The use of materials with a high Seebeck coefficient is one of many important factors for the efficient behaviour of thermoelectric generators and thermoelectric coolers. More information about high-performance thermoelectric materials can be found in the Thermoelectric materials article. In thermocouples the Seebeck effect is used to measure temperatures, and for accuracy it desirable to use materials with a Seebeck coefficient that is stable over time.


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Termopotencia
El término Seebeck coefficient que figura en la edición en idioma inglés de Wikipedia corresponde en la edición de Wikipedia en idioma alemán al término Termopotencia. Aquí se dice al respecto lo siguiente:

La termopotencia, o potencia termoeléctrica (también llamada el coeficiente Seebeck) de un material es una medida de la magnitud de un voltaje termoeléctrico inducido en respuesta a una diferencia de temperatura a través de ese material. La termopotencia tiene unidades de voltios por kelvin (V/K), aunque se da más a menudo en microvoltios por kelvin (\muV/K).
El término termopotencia es un nombre errado ya que mide el voltaje o campo eléctrico (no la potencia eléctrica) inducido a una diferencia de temperatura. Note que la unidad de termopotencia (V/K) es diferente de la unidad de potencia (vatios).


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The Seebeck coefficients generally vary as function of temperature, and depend strongly on the composition of the conductor. For ordinary materials at room ...
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Room-temperature Seebeck coefficients of metals and semiconductors
11 Jun 2013 ... Room Temperature Seebeck coefficient Measurement of Metals and Semiconductors by. Novela Auparay. As part of requirement for the ...
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Thermopower (Seebeck Effect)
In 1821, Thomas Seebeck found that an electric current would flow continuously ... S is the Seebeck coefficient with units of Volts per Kelvin. S is positive when ...
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1 Nov 2006 ... In this issue, we address the Seebeck coefficient, a property that determines the performance of thermocouples and Peltier elements. Basically ...
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The change in material EMF with respect to a change in temperature is called the Seebeck coefficient or thermoelectric sensitivity. This coefficient is usually a ...
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Thermoelectric power results primarily from two physical effects: the Seebeck effect, and ... The magnitude of the Seebeck coefficient (S) varies with material and ...
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Just as the power in a resistor is V2/R the power produced in a thermoelectric generator depends on the square of the voltage (Seebeck coefficient and ...
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Quantum Theory of Thermoelectric Power (Seebeck Coefficient)
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Thermoelectrics Handbook: Macro to Nano
Thermoelectrics Handbook: Macro to Nano
D.M. Rowe, 2010
Interactions between charge carriers impose restrictions on the states they can occupy,thereby decreasing their Seebeck coefficient. However,interactions between carriers and the localized electrons of aparamagnetic solid can significantly ...
Validation of Pharmaceutical Processes, Third Edition
Validation of Pharmaceutical Processes, Third Edition
James P. Agalloco, Frederick J. Carleton, 2013
Table Approximate Seebeck coefficients of Common Thermocouple Materials Relative to Platinum-67 at 0.08C 90% Ni, 10% Cr 99.5% Fe 100% Cu 90% Pt, 10 % Rh 87% Pt, 13% Rh 95% Ni, 2% Al, 2% Mn, 1% Si 55% Cu, 45% Ni 55% Cu, ...
The Measurement, Instrumentation, and Sensors: Handbook
The Measurement, Instrumentation, and Sensors: Handbook
John G. Webster, 1999
From Equation 32.75, the net Seebeck effect for a particular material depends only on the temperatures at the two points and not on the values of temperature gradients between the two points. The Seebeck coefficient is a nonlinear function of ...
Handbook of Temperature Measurement Vol. 3: The Theory and ...
Handbook of Temperature Measurement Vol. 3: The Theory and ...
Robin E. Bentley, 1998
Being similar alloys, their expansion coefficients ought to be much the same, as is suggested by data for the smaller temperature range 20 to 100°C [28, 29]. Figures 2.1, 2.2 and 2.3, and Tables 2.5 and 2.6 give the Seebeck coefficients as a ...
Theory of High Temperature Superconductivity
Theory of High Temperature Superconductivity
S. Fujita, S. Godoy, 2001
Based on the idea that different temperatures generate different carrier densities and the resulting diffusion causes the thermal emf, a new formula for the Seebeck coefficient (thermopower) S is obtained: S = (2 In 2/3) (gn)~1^fcs CA/O/V), ...
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