Tunable nanoresonators constructed from telescoping nanotubes.

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We have created a tunable mechanical nanoscale resonator with potential applications in precise mass, force, position, and frequency measurement. The device consists of a specially prepared multiwalled carbon nanotube (MWNT) suspended between a metal electrode and a mobile, piezo-controlled contact. By exploiting the unique telescoping ability of MWNTs, we… (More)

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@article{Jensen2006TunableNC, title={Tunable nanoresonators constructed from telescoping nanotubes.}, author={K. Jensen and Çağlar O. Girit and William T. Mickelson and Andreas Zettl}, journal={Physical review letters}, year={2006}, volume={96 21}, pages={215503} }