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Parametric resonance based scanning probe microscopy
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26.This asymmetric resonance peak is typical in parametric resonance and is a consequence of the cantilever and fluidic nonlinearities. For cantilevers oscillating in their first bending mode it is known that the curvature and inertial nonlinearities possess opposite signs,27 thereby reducing the overall effect of cantilever nonlinearities. The presence of fluidic nonlinearities also serves to minimize the asymmetry of the parametric resonance peak.
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