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Characterization of piezoceramic crosses with large range scanning capability and applications for low temperature scanning tunneling microscopy
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13.The Curie temperature of the PKR-7M piezoelectric is 175 °C. However, silicones heated above 120 °C decompose into dangerous byproducts—among them benzene and formaldehyde, see MSDS sheets for complete listing. In order to fully repolarize the crosses, these operations should be performed under a hood.
14.A change in temperature will introduce stress in the piezo which results in a voltage across the electrodes—in order to reduce stress as much as possible during the heating process, the electrodes should be grounded together.
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