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Synonyms for thermoelectric

involving or resulting from thermoelectricity

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A power adjustable 785 nm laser source (maximum power: 350 mW) coupled with the excitation fiber was used as the excitation source, and a thermoelectrically (TE) cooled CCD camera coupled to a high-throughput spectrograph collects spontaneous Raman signals transmitted through the seven collection fibers.
In contrast, the TPW cell itself is by design installed inside of a so-called "dry-well" of the thermoelectrically cooled maintenance system.
Room-temperature PL spectra are collected during luminescence imaging by a single-channel spectrometer (1.5 nm resolution) using a thermoelectrically cooled CCD detector.
Two versions of the new FTIR are available: one equipped with a deuterated triglycine sulfate (DTGS) infrared detector that covers a wide range of materials analysis applications, and a high-performance version, equipped with a thermoelectrically cooled mercury cadmium telluride (MCT) detector.
The CL measurements are performed using a 10 kV electron beam with a Gatan MonoCL3+ system equipped with a high-sensitivity photomultiplier tube (PMT) (thermoelectrically cooled to -20[degrees]C) attached to a scanning electron microscopy (SEM) (S-4300SE from Hitachi).
The backscattered Raman and SERS signals were collected using a thermoelectrically cooled CCD detector.
A Xenon lamp source was used for excitation, and the signal was detected with a thermoelectrically cooled photomultiplier tube with a dark current less than 100 cps.
The dough formed was allowed to ferment for 45 minutes, was cut into small pieces, put in cookie models and baked thermoelectrically in an oven at 180 [degrees]C for 20 minutes.
The detector is a thermoelectrically cooled .50-[mm sup 2] silicon drift detector (SDD) capable of high-resolution spectral acquisition at high count rates.
This PMT (type 56 DVP) with PMT housing (Pacific Photometric Instruments model 62/2F thermoelectrically cooled to near -23[degrees] C) is able to measure two photons per s in the 400 to 200 nm wavelength range.
* Their sensors are thermoelectrically cooled, allowing extremely long exposures without excessive thermal noise.
Thus the thermoelectrically harvested power is maximized in favor of more energy and better flexibility for the connected application.
The three-year project aims to deliver low-cost, photonic-integrated transceivers that reduce the need for expensive, thermoelectrically cooled tunable lasers.
But if you're serious about getting the best possible pictures, or if you want to do science, you need the high sensitivity, low noise, and stability of a thermoelectrically cooled, astronomical CCD camera.
The KELT detector is an Apogee Instruments Alta U16 thermoelectrically cooled CCD camera.