Cavity-enhanced optical detection of carbon nanotube Brownian motion

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STAPFNER, Sebastian, Lukas OST, David HUNGER, Eva M. WEIG, Jakob REICHEL, Ivan FAVERO, 2012. Cavity-enhanced optical detection of carbon nanotube Brownian motion

@unpublished{Stapfner2012Cavit-22768, title={Cavity-enhanced optical detection of carbon nanotube Brownian motion}, year={2012}, author={Stapfner, Sebastian and Ost, Lukas and Hunger, David and Weig, Eva M. and Reichel, Jakob and Favero, Ivan} }

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