Definition of Pyroelectric. Meaning of Pyroelectric. Synonyms of Pyroelectric

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Definition of Pyroelectric

Pyroelectric
Pyroelectric Pyr`o*e*lec"tric, a. [Pyro- + electric.] (Physics) Pertaining to, or dependent on, pyroelectricity; receiving electric polarity when heated.
Pyroelectric
Pyroelectric Pyr`o*e*lec"tric, n. (Physics) A substance which becomes electrically polar when heated, exhibiting opposite charges of statical electricity at two separate parts, especially the two extremities.

Meaning of Pyroelectric from wikipedia

- Pyroelectricity (from the two Gr**** words pyr meaning fire, and electricity) is a property of certain crystals which are naturally electrically polarized...
- Pyroelectric fusion refers to the technique of using pyroelectric crystals to generate high strength electrostatic fields to accelerate deuterium ions...
- external electric field. All ferroelectrics are also piezoelectric and pyroelectric, with the additional property that their natural electrical polarization...
- Nanogenerator has three typical approaches: piezoelectric, triboelectric, and pyroelectric nanogenerators. Both the piezoelectric and triboelectric nanogenerators...
- operating frequencies. However, one key advantage of pyroelectrics over thermoelectrics is that many pyroelectric materials are stable up to 1200 °C or higher...
- ; Deshpande, R.; Dillon, A. C.; Lehman, J. (2006). "Evaluation of a pyroelectric detector with a carbon multiwalled nanotube black coating in the infrared"...
- individual lenses. PIR with front cover removed, showing location of pyroelectric sensor (green arrow). Some PIRs are manufactured with internal, segmented...
- (LiTaO3) is a perovskite which possesses unique optical, piezoelectric and pyroelectric properties which make it valuable for nonlinear optics, p****ive infrared...
- infrared photons. Pyroelectric detectors detect photons through the heat they generate and the subsequent voltage generated in pyroelectric materials. Thermopiles...
- their knowledge of pyroelectricity with their understanding of the underlying crystal structures that gave rise to pyroelectricity to predict crystal...