Thermoelectric and thermomagnetic cooling below 200 K

@inproceedings{Jayadev1983ThermoelectricAT,
  title={Thermoelectric and thermomagnetic cooling below 200 K},
  author={Tumkur Shiva Jayadev and R. Horst and Lloyd Williams},
  year={1983}
}
Because of new applications opening up, mainly due to progress in infrared detector technology, solid state cooling is becoming important to cool down below 200 K. This paper surveys the materials capabilities of two solid state cooling technologies--Ettingshausen cooling and MagnetoPeltier cooling for these applications.