Response of quartz crystal resonators possessing a superhydrophobic surface


A quartz crystal resonator immersed in a water-glycerol solution has a systematically reducing resonant frequency and an increase in bandwidth of the resonance as the concentration of glycerol increases. This behavior is well-known and is accurately described by the Kanazawa and Gordon model, which provides a clear proportionality to the square root of the… (More)


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