Heat flux meters use a very sensitive device known as a thermopile to measure the temperature difference

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Heat flux meters use a very sensitive device known as a thermopile to measure the temperature difference across a thin, heat conducting film made of kapton (k = 0.345 W/m·K). If the thermopile can detect temperature differences of 0.1°C or more and the film thickness is 2 mm, what is the minimum heat flux this meter can detect?

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