A critical review of piezoresistivity and its application in electrical-resistance-based strain sensing

@article{Chung2020ACR,
  title={A critical review of piezoresistivity and its application in electrical-resistance-based strain sensing},
  author={D. D. L. Chung},
  journal={Journal of Materials Science},
  year={2020},
  volume={55},
  pages={15367 - 15396}
}
  • D. Chung
  • Published 10 August 2020
  • Geology
  • Journal of Materials Science
Piezoresistivity is an electromechanical effect characterized by the reversible change in the electrical resistivity with strain. It is useful for electrical-resistance-based strain/stress sensing. The resistivity can be the volumetric, interfacial or surface resistivity, though the volumetric resistivity is most meaningful scientifically. Because the irreversible resistivity change (due to damage or an irreversible microstructural change) adds to the reversible change that occurs at lower… 

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