The thermoelectric power is determined directly and studied as a function of temperature for a range extending from several degrees below the melting point to a temperature well above the melting point. A transition region exists for about ten degrees above the melting point. This is taken as a definite indication of the persistence of a marked crystalline arrangement in the liquid near its freezing point.
Proceedings of the Iowa Academy of Science
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"Thermoelectric Power in Bismuth Single Crystals in the Neighborhood of the Melting Point,"
Proceedings of the Iowa Academy of Science, 39(1), 217-217.
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