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Seebeck Effect Set

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Seebeck Effect Set


SKU:
65001079

Quick Overview

In 1822 the physicist Thomas Seebeck accidentally discovered that by establishing a temperature difference between the junction and the free ends of a thermocouple appeared a potential difference between them. This property of the conductors became known as the Seebeck effect in which transformation of thermal energy into electricity occurs.


With this set we can study the effect Seebeck (thermoelectric effect) as well as know the operation of a thermocouple.

Details

Composition:

- 01 universal holder with 45cm rod;

- 01 turnable 3-prong claw;

- 01 test tube 150x16,5mm;

- 01 digital multimeter;

- 01 becker of plastic 250mL;

- 01 thermompar mounted with plugs;

- 01 lamp 60mL;

- 01 digital spit-type thermometer;

 

Studies:

- Seebeck Effect

- Thermocouples

- f.em. thermoelectric

 

Notes:

- It accompanies manual of experiments (student and teacher);

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