Supporting Information: Towards broadband mechanical spectroscopy

Abstract

Overview over the seven different measurement methods and the frequency ranges that they cover are summarized in Fig. S1; detailed descriptions of the techniques and data collected from them are discussed in the subsequent sections below. The techniques include three lowfrequency methods involving piezo-ceramics that shear or compress the entire sample quasi-statically and four higher-frequency methods utilizing short laser pulses to excite and subsequently detect acoustic waves in an irradiated region.

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@inproceedings{Hecksher2017SupportingIT, title={Supporting Information: Towards broadband mechanical spectroscopy}, author={Tina Hecksher and Darius H. Torchinsky and Christoph Klieber and Jeremy A. Johnson and Jeppe C Dyre and Keith A. Nelson}, year={2017} }