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Oscillation Control in Dynamic SPM with Quartz Sensors

  • Johann Jersch
  • Harald Fuchs
Part of the NanoScience and Technology book series (NANO)

Keywords

Dynamic SPM Quartz resonator Oscillator Sensor Analytical signal Signal processing Modulation Demodulation Feedback loop Plasmon excitation 

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  • Johann Jersch
  • Harald Fuchs

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