The work reported is a continuation of measurements published in the Physical Review for October, 1925. The thermol e.m.f. of the zinc crystals against copper has been measured from -182°C to 480°C for crystals having orientations from about 10° to 90°. The relation between thermoelectric power and temperature is definitely not linear, but may he represented fairly well by a second degree equation. The nature of the effect in the neighborhood of the melting point will be discussed.
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Linder, E. G.
"Thermoelectric Effect in Single Crystal Zinc Wires,"
Proceedings of the Iowa Academy of Science, 33(1), 239-239.
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