New Alloy Becomes Ally for Thermoelectric

Peltier element (16x16 mm)

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New material provides 25 percent greater thermoelectric conversion efficiency |
Once the domain of space technology, thermoelectric has come down to earth in an affordable way to make it useful for energy saving applications.  Cars, tanks, and power stations may be able to use thermoelectric technology for greater efficiencies.

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