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Need clarification for disambig purposes.
One sentence in this article reads:
- "Cooling the PbS elements by for example pressurised or liquid gas or a Peltier system shifts it's sensitivity to wavelength of approximately 2 to 4 μm."
Is the Peltier system referred to here a reference to the Peltier-Seebeck effect? Or some other usage of the term Peltier, not yet documented in Wikipedia?
The link points to a disambig page; unsure what it is supposed to be pointing to.
Kevyn 12:12, 3 Aug 2004 (UTC)
Toxicity link goes to a dead site.
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