Explain about the inverse piezoelectric effect, Physics

Explain about the inverse piezoelectric effect.

Inverse piezoelectric effect:

While an alternating e.m.f is applied to the opposed faces of a quartz or tourmaline crystal this undergoes contraction and expansion alternatively within the perpendicular direction. It is termed as inverse piezoelectric effect. It is made use of into the piezoelectric generator.

Inverse piezoelectric effect

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