Does anyone know of any materials whereby the thermal conductivity can be changed by passing an electrical current through the material?
I'm not asking a question like "Is the wood conductive?". No. I'm asking what properties do they have to have to be good conductors. Theoretically I mean. Thanks.
Why are materials that are better at conducting electricity also proportionately better at conducting heat?
It seems like among the electrical conductors there's a relationship between the ability to conduct heat as well as electricity. Eg: Copper is better than aluminum at conducting both electricity and ...