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Rectifying and thermocouple junctions based on Portland cement

  • Sihai Wen (a1) and D. D. L. Chung (a1)

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Rectifying and thermocouple junctions have been achieved using electrically dissimilar Portland cement pastes. The preferred junction is a pn-junction involving steel fiber cement paste (n-type) and carbon fiber cement paste (p-type). For this junction, the thermocouple sensitivity is 70 εV/°C.

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