Microwave differential dilatometer measures 10[sup -12] m, at 1 Hz

Aschero, G.; Mango, F.; Gizdulich, P.
December 1996
Review of Scientific Instruments;Dec1996, Vol. 67 Issue 12, p4347
Academic Journal
Discusses the modification of a dilatometer based on a microwave differential spectrometer. Measurement of the converse piezoelectric effect in bone samples; Detection of displacements with a three kinds of restrictions; Comparison between cavities' responses; Relative shift in frequency; Coherent signal averaging over long periods; Suitability for dilatometric measurements on biological samples.


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