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Where do I find "non standard" Seebeck coefficients? Answered

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

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Best Answer 6 years ago

Wow, at 149 USD for the book, experimental methods are probably cheaper !

Thanks Kelsey.

Steve