Thermoelectric Power of Cold-worked Copper at Low Temperature

@article{DRUYVESTEYN1954ThermoelectricPO,
  title={Thermoelectric Power of Cold-worked Copper at Low Temperature},
  author={M. J. DRUYVESTEYN and K. J. BLOK VAN LAER},
  journal={Nature},
  year={1954},
  volume={173},
  pages={591-591}
}
THE influence of cold-working on the thermoelectric power has been measured by a number of workers1. At room temperature we carried out measurements on copper and silver wires. For a certain amount of cold-working it is found that the relative increase of the absolute thermoelectric power is greater than the relative increase of the resistivity. These… CONTINUE READING

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