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That being the case (as shown in Chapter 4) the first type of image receptor to be considered is the, intrinsically pressure sensitive, piezoelectric type of systerns. a) Piezoelectric systems The piezoelectric effect, first discovered by Pierre and Jacque Currie in the 1880's, involves the development CHAPTER 3 50 of an electrical charge upon the surface of certain materials in response to an applied force. If the material is unelectroded, the charge remains confined to the area of the applied force and the distribution of charge is a replica of the sound field.

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