Hi guys, I'm new to this forum and Im not so sure where to post my question.. My first question, is graphite capable on detecting vibration? I'm currently doing my Final Year Project, trying to investigate on graphite compound. I using the graphite from the pencil lead and sketch it on a piece of paper, and trying to adapt the varies in resistivity behaviour upon any strain applied on the paper sheet. Somehow I found that the graphite resistance will keep changing overtime and it does not return to its original state.. And when there's vibration or strain apply on it, the changes of resistance is not much..So I wonder I had mistaken the overall structure or graphite just doesnt work in this way.. Any expert here has any suggestion or advices for me...? I really need some help here..