bimorph

noun bi·morph \ ˈbīˌmȯrf \

Definition of bimorph

plural -s
:a device consisting of two layers of a crystal (such as Rochelle salt) cemented together and often used in a phonograph pickup because of the ability to convert the vibration of the needle into electrical voltage

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Origin and Etymology of bimorph

1bi- + -morph


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