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Parameter
Thermocouple
Thermistor
Materials
Two dissimilar metals 
Metal oxides
Response
Linear
Nonlinear
Range of temperature
-200 0C to 2000 0C
-1500C to 3000C
Size
Large as compared to thermistor
Small in size
Whether active or passive
Active
Passive
Transduction principle
Thermo electric effect 
Resistive transducer

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