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ther·mo·e·lec·tric

(ther'mō-ē-lek'trik),
Relating to thermoelectricity.
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Luminescence images were acquired with a Leica DFC450 C CCD camera with a resolution of 5 megapixels and the CCD sensor thermoelectrically cooled with a delta of -20[degrees]C compared to the surrounding temperature.
Also, one can fabricated a thermoelectrically favorable grain boundary.
Delphi Technologies, Achaichia, Thermoelectrically enhanced CO2 cycle, Patent 04257654.6.
Similarly to thermoelectrically enhanced liquid subcooling, a separate small vapor compression cycle can be dedicated to enhance the liquid subcooling.
Fourier transfer infrared spectroscopy (FTIR) studies were carried out with a NEXUS FTIR spectrometer from Thermo-Nicolet, using a thermoelectrically cooled deuterated triglycene sulphate (DTGS) detector, extended range KBr (XT-KBr) beam splitter, and a dual source, capable of working in the wavenumber range 375-12500 [cm.sup.-1].
The thermoelectrically cooled InGaAs detector consists of 256 elements and covers a spectral region from 1530 to 2000 nm.
The TWS was a relatively light-weight thermoelectrically cooled thermal imager designed to replace earlier image-intensification sights, such as the AN/PVS-4 and AN/TVS-5.
These characteristics yield a device that delivers low noise, extremely low output offset voltage, high terminal stability, and low light level detection capability, enabling it to replace more costly thermoelectrically cooled detectors in many applications.
Additionally, most CCDs in portable Raman systems are thermoelectrically cooled and temperature stabilized at -45 degrees Celsius; however, it is not the value of the temperature, but the dark counts that should be considered when comparing instruments.
Designed with seven layers of sun rejection, the SupraConnect provides reliable communications in east/ west-oriented deployments, and uses a thermoelectrically cooled laser to dramatically reduce laser failures.
The photodiode is both thermoelectrically cooled and temperature controlled, ensuring stabilised performance despite ambient temperature changes.
Nanocomposite samples filled with CB and xGnP at a constant filler amount of 4 wt% and crosslinked with a DCP content of 2 wt% were prepared through melt compounding process and thermoelectrically characterized.