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Laws of Thermo-Electricity

1.    Laws of Successive Contacts or Intermediate Metals: The insertion of a new metal into a circuit of a thermo-couple does not alter the existing e.m.f. provided that the entire added metal is at the same temperature as the point at which it is inserted.

If the metals A, B and C be joined to form a complete circuit, then we shall have

2.    Laws of Successive Eemperatures or Intermediate Temperatures: The e.m.f. of a thermo-couple having junctions at temperatures T1, and T2 is the sum of e.m.f. of two separate thermo-couples of the same metals such that the junctions of one are at emperatures T1 and T2 and of other at T2 and T3.


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