Frequency comb from a single driven nonlinear nanomechanical mode

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OCHS, Jana S., Daniel K.J. BONESS, Gianluca RASTELLI, Maximilian J. SEITNER, Wolfgang BELZIG, Mark I. DYKMAN, Eva M. WEIG, 2022. Frequency comb from a single driven nonlinear nanomechanical mode. In: Physical Review X. American Physical Society (APS). 12(4), 041019. eISSN 2160-3308. Available under: doi: 10.1103/PhysRevX.12.041019

@article{Ochs2022-07-08T17:39:44ZFrequ-58019.2, title={Frequency comb from a single driven nonlinear nanomechanical mode}, year={2022}, doi={10.1103/PhysRevX.12.041019}, number={4}, volume={12}, journal={Physical Review X}, author={Ochs, Jana S. and Boneß, Daniel K.J. and Rastelli, Gianluca and Seitner, Maximilian J. and Belzig, Wolfgang and Dykman, Mark I. and Weig, Eva M.}, note={Article Number: 041019} }

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