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Hi, My homeschooled eighth grade student is studying piezoelectricity. I am trying to help him understand it. We have a great library. I am having a hard time finding anything that is piezoelectricity. Can you suggest what area we should start the research in to gain a full understanding of this material?


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Here is a link to an MWM module. This has been classroom tested, and is good material for grades 7-9.

http://www.materialsworldmodules.org/modules/smart_sensors.shtml

---Nathan A. Unterman



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