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March 24th, 2003
More efficient and reliable refrigerators and AC's a step closer to reality
Scientists at Research Triangle Institute in North Carolina have created the world's first working device that uses nanometer-scale materials to convert electric power into cooling or heating, or heat into electricity. Among its many potential applications, the development could eventually lead to more reliable solid-state refrigerators and air conditioners, and more efficient and compact power sources.
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