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Polare Kristallform und Piezoelektrizität des Eises

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Piezoelectricity of ice was investigated by two methods whose sensitivity was determined separately. No effect has been found. An electromechanical coupling of 10−3 or a corresponding piezoelectric modulus of 1.5 × 10−9 (stat. clbs. dyn−1) would have been the lower limit for detecting piezoelectricity. Special attention was given to the selection of homogeneous crystals for these tests.

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Steinemann, S. Polare Kristallform und Piezoelektrizität des Eises. Experientia 9, 135–136 (1953). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF02154580

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