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Piezo Electric Sensor
Piezoelectricity is the potential difference created across certain materials due to an applied mechanical stress.When a mechanical stress is applied to a piezoelectric material, the deformation in the material can decrease the separation between Cation sand anions which produces an internal potential difference. A piezoelectric sensor that could reliably detect the mycobacterial antigen in biological fluids would be of enormous use. Piezoelectric weight sensors measure element weight. They are commonly not suited for static weight estimations. Element weight estimations including turbulence, impact, ballistics, and motor burning oblige sensors with uncommon capacities. These capacities incorporate quick reaction, toughness, high firmness, broadened extents, and the capacity to quantify quasi static weights.
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Biosensors Journal, Journal of Bioengineering & Biomedical Science, International Journal of Biomedical Data Mining, Journal of Biomedical Sciences, Journal of Biomedical Engineering and Medical Devices, International Publisher of Science, Technology and Medicine, Ferroelectrics, Ferroelectrics Lettersection, IEEE Electrical Insulation Magazine, IEEE Transactions on Dielectrics and Electrical Insulation, IEEE Transactions on Ultrasonics, Ferroelectricals, and Frequency Control, IET Electrical Systems in Transportation, Journal of Thermoelectricity