piezoelectric polymer

piezoelectric polymer

[pē¦ā·zō·ə′lek·trik ′päl·ə·mər]
(organic chemistry)
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Polyvinylidene fluoride (PVDF) is the commercially piezoelectric polymer that exhibits the highest piezo, pyro, and ferro-electric activities with great potentials for various device applications [1], PVDF consists of four crystalline phases, [alpha], [beta], [gamma], and [delta].
Poly(vinylidene fluoride) (PVDF), as piezoelectric polymer, has been extensively investigated since a many years ago.
The nanogenerator takes advantage of a common piezoelectric polymer material called polyvinylidene fluoride, or PVDF.
It is made from a piezoelectric polymer called polyvinyldine fluoride (PVDF), which produces a small amount of current as it flutters easily when anchored in the path of a turbulent flow.
A piezoelectric polymer is a plastic material with groups of molecules linked as orderly crystallites.
Measurement Specialties has acquired the AMP Sensors Division of AMP Incorporated, which designs and manufactures piezoelectric polymer sensors, for US$3.
Piezoelectric polymer firm forms a strain sensor on nearly collocated members.
They hold several patents for a new power-generating technology called hydropiezoelectricity, which in the most promising designs would use tons of piezoelectric polymer to convert some of the ocean's vast and powerful motions into electrical power.
Development of Piezoelectric Polymer Composite as Arrays Transducers (Linear and Phased): Current State of Research in Cardiovascular Ultrasound Imaging
developed an improved piezoelectric polymer based on helical chiral polymers with optical activity and weight-average molecular weights from 50,000 to 1,000,000.