In this project, we demonstrate thermoelectric cooling based on Peltier Effect coupled with liquid cooling. Thermoelectric cooling effect was discovered in the 19th century and underwent a rapid growth in its science and technological applications only after 1950s. Today, thermoelectric devices have wide applications in the industry and have started becoming the part of our daily lives. Thermoelectric devices have found applications in refrigeration, air conditioning and electronic cooling. Conventional refrigeration processes release gases like Ammonia and Freon into the atmosphere contributing to the global warming. In such a scenario, Peltier effect based cooling devices can offer potential for developing cooling devices without any greenhouse effect. Our project explores the science behind enhancing the cooling efficiency of Peltier devices through liquid cooling and advancing technological applications for the next generation smart devices.

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