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Quantum-limited, cavity-free nano-optomechanical vectorial coupling with SiC nanowires and Carbon nanotubes

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Abstract

We investigate the nano-optomechanical properties between a nanowire and a focused beam of light. Based on such a system, we report unprecedently sensitive vectorial detection of nanomechanical motion using SiC nanowires and Carbon nanotubes.

© 2013 Optical Society of America

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