electrokinetic transducer

electrokinetic transducer

[i¦lek·trō·kə′ned·ik tranz′dü·ser]
(electricity)
An instrument which converts dynamic physical forces, such as vibration and sound, into corresponding electric signals by measuring the streaming potential generated by passage of a polar fluid through a permeable refractory-ceramic or fritted-glass member between two chambers.
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