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 Why is quartz used in quartz watches?

Answer Because it used to conduct electricity!
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Is quartz used in watches?

Quartz is found in watches. Quartz actually can produce electricity from mechanical stress or produce mechanical stress from electricity. It maintains a very specific frequency, which makes it perf... Read More »
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Is tourmalated quartz the same as black rutilated quartz?

Tourmalated quartz is different from black rutilated quartz. When quartz is tourmalated, it means that spikes of the mineral tourmaline are throughout this slightly milky or clear variety. Rutilate... Read More »
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Do quartz watches need batteries?

Yes, quartz watches need batteries. A tiny electronic circuit in the watch uses a quartz crystal to keep accurate time. The circuit shows the time on a digital display or runs a motor to move the s... Read More »
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How big is the quartz in a quartz clock movement?

The pieces of quartz crystal that are used to keep time in clock and watch movements are very tiny, just a millimeter or two in length, width and thickness. The metal oscillator that activates the ... Read More »
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