See·beck effect | \ ˈzāˌbek-, ˈsēˌbek-\
Definition of Seebeck effect
: the thermoelectromotive force generated in a circuit composed of different metals in successive contact when the junctions are not all at the same temperature also : the current resulting from such force when the circuit is closed
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