thermodynamics and static machenics

For thermocouple,the value of C1 and C2 are 40.0×10^-6 v°/c and -0.01×10^-6 v°/c^2 respectively.If the thermo emf between the junction is 2.3×10^-2 v and the cold junction is kept at the ice point,calculate the temperature of the hot junction.

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