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Peltier Module Cooling - The Peltier Effect [Science]
posted November 4 2013 15:03.17 by spic0m




Using the Peltier effect to cool with a Peltier module, even turning water to ice. Also tested the efficiency of Peltier cooling 250ml of water. The Peltier effect is also known as the thermoelectric effect.



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