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Piezoelectric Sensor Based on a Single Ultralong Tellurium Microwire

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Tellurium microwires have been synthesized by hydrothermal process. Piezoelectric sensor device based on a single ultralong tellurium microwire has been prepared. The device consists of a flexible polystyrene substrate with a single tellurium microwire placed on its surface and bonded by silver paste. This device shows remarkable piezoelectricity and has different shape IV behaviors when no strain and compressive strain. The piezoelectric voltage and current is more than 1 mV and 6 nA, respectively.
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Keywords: ELECTRICAL PROPERTY; PIEZOELECTRICITY; SEMICONDUCTOR; TELLURIUM

Document Type: Research Article

Publication date: September 1, 2015

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