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R&D: Thermoelastic cooling

Researchers at the University of Maryland are developing a new "thermally elastic" metal alloy for use in advanced refrigeration and air-conditioning systems. This two-state alloy alternately absorbs or creates heat in much the same way as a compressor-based system but uses far less energy. Accordin...

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