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- adjective involving or resulting from thermoelectricity
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PHA cannot be easily replaced unless we accept more thermoelectrical power or we seriously discuss the nuclear option, but both choices are rejected by public opinion.
As one example, research will be done at the Spallation Neutron Source for General Motors on thermoelectrical materials.
A great example of applying new ideas and of a good perspective was given in Matanzas Province during the inauguration of the country's largest thermoelectrical unit.
We must say that according to the traditional ideas, the big office included in the project of the thermoelectrical unit ... [changes thought] We now have an engineering school in what was going to be that big office.
Cienfuegos and were highly impressed with the construction of the thermoelectrical plant there.
Of course there are thermoelectrical units in Cuba which consume more than
FIRST ENERGY FORMU 1984
And we express to them our trust and confidence that they will continue working with the same spirit until all the thermoelectrical and nuclear energy plants which our country's future requires are built.
The O'Bourke thermoelectrical plant in Cienfuegos is now almost complete.
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Hill has analysed, by means of an extremely elegant thermoelectrical method, the time relations of the heat production of the muscle; and Meyerhof has investigated by chemical methods the oxygen consumption by the muscle and the conversion of carbohydrates and lactic acid in the muscle.
It is measured in millionths of the usual unit of heat and is recorded in a thermoelectrical way in the form of readings on a galvanometer.