Electromechanical resonators are components in many technologies. A nanometre-size version — a resonating carbon nanotube — has now been created that can be tuned over a range of frequencies.
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Cleland, A. Carbon nanotubes tune up. Nature 431, 251–252 (2004). https://doi.org/10.1038/431251a
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