Visualizing the Motion of Graphene Nanodrums.

@article{Davidovikj2016VisualizingTM,
  title={Visualizing the Motion of Graphene Nanodrums.},
  author={Dejan Davidovikj and J. Slim and Santiago J. Cartamil-Bueno and H S J van der Zant and Peter G. Steeneken and Warner J. Venstra},
  journal={Nano letters},
  year={2016},
  volume={16 4},
  pages={
          2768-73
        }
}
  • Dejan Davidovikj, J. Slim, +3 authors Warner J. Venstra
  • Published 2016
  • Materials Science, Medicine, Physics
  • Nano letters
  • Membranes of suspended two-dimensional materials show a large variability in mechanical properties, in part due to static and dynamic wrinkles. As a consequence, experiments typically show a multitude of nanomechanical resonance peaks, which make an unambiguous identification of the vibrational modes difficult. Here, we probe the motion of graphene nanodrum resonators with spatial resolution using a phase-sensitive interferometer. By simultaneously visualizing the local phase and amplitude of… CONTINUE READING

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