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Where do I find "non standard" Seebeck coefficients?

Specifically: I am interested in making a small thermopile for some experiments, for operation at pretty high temperatures. I have plenty of ni-chrome and constantan wire, I also have 304 and 316 stainless steel welding rod. Apart from by experiment, how can I find the output voltages/ deg C of any combination of these metals ?

I can't seem to readily find the Seebeck coefficients for stainless steels.

Thanks

Steve

kelseymh5 years ago
steveastrouk (author)  kelseymh5 years ago
Wow, at 149 USD for the book, experimental methods are probably cheaper !

Thanks Kelsey.

Steve