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Optomechanics with hybrid carbon nanotube resonators

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Abstract

In this paper we report our first experimental results towards the establishment of a novel nanooptomechanical platform consisting of a hybrid, carbon nanotube-based mechanical resonator. We have been able to optically measure and actively control these resonators demonstrating a record force sensitivity at ambient temperature. Finally, we have observed optomechanically-induced dynamical effects and optomechanical enhancement of the force sensitivity in a cavity-free scheme.

© 2017 Optical Society of America

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