Streaming vibration current

The streaming vibration current (SVI) and the associated streaming vibration potential is an electric signal that arises when an acoustic wave propagates through a porous body in which the pores are filled with fluid.

Streaming vibration current was experimentally observed in 1948 by M. Williams.[1] A theoretical model was developed some 30 years later by Dukhin and coworkers.[2] This effect opens another possibility for characterizing the electric properties of the surfaces in porous bodies.

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  1. ^ Williams, Milton (1948). "An Electrokinetic Transducer". Review of Scientific Instruments. AIP Publishing. 19 (10): 640–646. doi:10.1063/1.1741068. ISSN 0034-6748. PMID 18888189.
  2. ^ Dukhin, S.S.; Mischuk, N.A.; Kuz'Menko, B.B; Il'In, B.I. (1983). "Flow current and potential in a high-frequency acoustic field". Colloid J. 45 (5): 875–881.