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AC/DC Transfer Technique for Measuring Thomson Coefficient: Toward Thermoelectric Metrology
We have a tendency to introduce an ac/dc transfer technique for measuring the Thomson coefficient of a metallic sample in high-temperature thermoelectric metrology. The Thomson coefficient is measured by applying equivalent dc and ac to a metallic wire configured similarly to one-junction thermal converter that is widely utilized in ac/dc transfer devices. The utilization of ac/dc makes the expression of the Thomson coefficient simpler than in typical ways. We tend to describe the measurement principle, the planning of the measurement setup, and the experimental leads to detail. The experimental results agree closely with those obtained from using a typical method.
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