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New Materials Turn Heat Into Electricity

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Photo, left-to-right, of Vijay Srivastava, Kanwal Bhatti, Yintao Song and Richard James.

Materials engineer Richard James of the University of Minnesota heats a novel metal alloy sitting on a copper finger; the material suddenly becomes strongly magnetic as it goes through a phase transformation, converting heat to electricity. Pictured from left are Vijay Srivastava, Kanwal Bhatti, Yintao Song and Richard James.

Credit: Vijay Srivastava, Yintao Song, Kanwal Bhatti and Richard D. James, University of Minnesota

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