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In this prototype of a thermoelectronic generator, the glowing orange disk (left) shows the back of the resistively heated emitter, while the yellowish disk edge on the right shows the reflection of the glowing emitter on the collector surface. (Source: J. Mannhart, MPI-FKF)
In this prototype of a thermoelectronic generator, the glowing orange disk (left) shows the back of the resistively heated emitter, while the yellowish disk edge on the right shows the reflection of the glowing emitter on the collector surface.
(Source: J. Mannhart, MPI-FKF)

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krisi   12/6/2013 3:23:59 PM
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from $9.7 billion in 2020, from $609.1 million in 2013, pretty impressive CAGR

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