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Optical Measurement of Nanomechanical Motion with an Imprecision at the Standard Quantum Limit

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Abstract

Ultra-high Q optical microresonators allow measuring nanomechanical motion with unprecedented sensitivity. For the first time, we reach a measurement imprecision at the standard quantum limit which has been a long sought-after goal for nanomechanical oscillators.

© 2010 Optical Society of America

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