Crystal thermodynamics. Piezoelectricity
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The aim of this chapter is to introduce crossed effects, in which quantities related to different areas of physics (thermal, mechanical, electrical) are connected through thermodynamics. It then deals with an example which is important through its many diverse applications: piezoelectricity.
KeywordsPoint Group Barium Titanate Spontaneous Polarization Uniaxial Stress Electrical Induction
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