This chapter describes thermoelectromagnetic systems by allowing the temperature to be a variable at the level of the electric and magnetic fields. The balance equations do not generalize significantly, but new aspects are related to the constitutive equations in connection with the dependence on the temperature. Specific models are shown to follow if an appropriate linearization, relative to the temperature, is performed in the statement of the second law. The classical thermoelectromagnetic effects are re-visited.
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