Kelvin effect, Physics

Thomson experiment; Kelvin effect (Sir W. Thomson [later Lord Kelvin]):

While an electric current pass through a conductor whose ends are maintained at distinct temperatures, heat is released at rate approximately proportional to the product of the current & the temperature gradient.

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