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This news article provides information about the newest version of the "nanoguitar" created at Cornell University. The article describes how a radiofrequency laser beam resonates the guitar strings. The article includes a micrograph of this tiny musical instrument.
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image credit: L. Sekaric & H. Craighead, Cornell University; larger image This resource was a Physics To Go feature from July 16, 2008 until August 1, 2008. View the feature here!


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Restriction: © 2003 Cornell Chronicle
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Keywords: Cornell University, Harold Craighead, NEMS, nanotechnology, smallest guitar
Record Creator: Metadata instance created July 9, 2008 by Logan Hancock
Record Updated: Jun 26, 2013 by Ed Lee
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November 20, 2003
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AIP Format
(Cornell Chronicle Online, Ithaca, 2003), WWW Document, (http://news.cornell.edu/stories/1997/07/worlds-smallest-silicon-mechanical-devices-are-made-cornell).
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Cornell News: New Nanoguitar, (Cornell Chronicle Online, Ithaca, 2003), <http://news.cornell.edu/stories/1997/07/worlds-smallest-silicon-mechanical-devices-are-made-cornell>.
APA Format
Cornell News: New Nanoguitar. (2003, November 20). Retrieved November 25, 2014, from Cornell Chronicle Online: http://news.cornell.edu/stories/1997/07/worlds-smallest-silicon-mechanical-devices-are-made-cornell
Chicago Format
Cornell Chronicle Online. Cornell News: New Nanoguitar. Ithaca: Cornell Chronicle Online, November 20, 2003. http://news.cornell.edu/stories/1997/07/worlds-smallest-silicon-mechanical-devices-are-made-cornell (accessed 25 November 2014).
MLA Format
Cornell News: New Nanoguitar. Ithaca: Cornell Chronicle Online, 2003. 20 Nov. 2003. 25 Nov. 2014 <http://news.cornell.edu/stories/1997/07/worlds-smallest-silicon-mechanical-devices-are-made-cornell>.
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