How does electrical voltage appear at the ends of a thermocouple?

When one end of a long metal conductor is heated, some of the electrons diffuse from the higher temperature end to the colder end. The cold end is charged negatively. Conductors made of different metals have different concentrations of free electrons. Therefore, with the same temperature difference between the cold and hot ends, different electric voltages arise for conductors made of different metals.

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