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How many types of crystal structures exist?. 10 9 13 14. What is the formula for the Seebeck coefficient? (Remember: V is the change in voltage and T is the change in temperature). S = - V/T S = - T/V S = V/T S = T/V. What material is studied in Dr. Constantin’s group?.

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What is the formula for the Seebeck coefficient? (Remember: V is the change in voltage and T is the change in temperature).
  • S = -V/T
  • S = - T/V
  • S = V/T
  • S = T/V
what material is studied in dr constantin s group
What material is studied in Dr. Constantin’s group?
  • Manganese Oxide
  • Magnesium Oxide
  • Magnesium Nitride
  • Manganese Nitride
what is the difference between a metal and a semiconductor both at the room temperature
What is the difference between a metal and a semiconductor (both at the room temperature)?
  • Only metal conduct electricity
  • Only semiconductors conduct electricity
  • Both conduct electricity