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Imaging vibrations of locally gated, electromechanical few layer graphene resonators with a moving vacuum enclosure

@inproceedings{Lu2021ImagingVO,
  title={Imaging vibrations of locally gated, electromechanical few layer graphene resonators with a moving vacuum enclosure},
  author={Heng Lu and Chen Yang and Ye Tian and Jun Lu and Fanqi Xu and Fengnan Chen and Yan Ying and Kevin G. Schadler and Chinhua Wang and Frank H. L. Koppens and Antoine Reserbat-Plantey and Joel Moser},
  year={2021}
}
Imaging the vibrations of nanomechanical resonators means measuring their flexural mode shapes from the dependence of their frequency response on in-plane position. Applied to twodimensional resonators, this technique provides a wealth of information on the mechanical properties of atomically-thin membranes. We present a simple and robust system to image the vibrations of few layer graphene (FLG) resonators at room temperature and in vacuum with an in-plane displacement precision of ≈ 0.20 μm… 

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