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Truncated nonlinear interferometric cantilever beam-displacement: accessible quantum sensing

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We show that relative beam displacement measurements with two-mode squeezed light sources are identical to truncated SU(1,1) interferometers, enabling a new quantum-enhanced atomic force microscopy suitable for broadband characterization of high-speed dynamics in materials.

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