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What happens when a piezo crystal is exposed to a vacuum?
Application of mechanical stress to a piezo crystal generates a charge. Quoting from wikipedia, a 1 cm3 cube of quartz with 2 kN (500 lbf) of correctly applied force can produce a voltage of 12500 ...
Nov 26 '12 at 19:31
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