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Albert Einstein was not only a world famous physicist, but also a practical inventor. Together with Leo Szilard, he designed three alternative refrigerators. The ideas were ingenious, but none ever found their way into the kitchen.
- Gene Dannen, 1997. ‘The Einstein-Szilard Refrigerators’. Scientific American 1997 (January) 74–79.
- Sam Shelton et al., 1999. ‘Second Law Study of the Einstein Refrigeration Cycle’. Proceedings of the Renewable and Advanced Energy Systems for the 21 st Century, 1–9.
- Albert Einstein
- Book Title
- How James Watt Invented the Copier
- Book Subtitle
- Forgotten Inventions of Our Great Scientists
- pp 123-129
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