thermoelectromotive

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English[edit]

Etymology[edit]

thermo- +‎ electromotive

Adjective[edit]

thermoelectromotive (not comparable)

  1. (physics) That produces an electric current by the application of heat
    • 37006 (2013), S.V. Koniakhin, E.D. Eidelman, “Phonon drag thermopower in graphene in equipartition regime”, in EPL[1], volume 37006:
      Thus a theoretical limit has been established for a possible increase of the thermoelectromotive force through electron drag by the intrinsic phonons of graphene..