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Effect of internal resonance on the dynamics of MoS2 resonator

TitleEffect of internal resonance on the dynamics of MoS2 resonator
Publication TypeJournal Article
Year of Publication2021
AuthorsArora, N, Naik, AK
JournalarXiv preprint arXiv:2102.10384

Nonlinear modal interactions and associated internal resonance phenomena have recently been used to demonstrate improved oscillator performance and enhanced sensing capabilities. Here, we show tunable modal interaction in a MoS2 resonator. We achieve the tunability of coupling between these initially uncoupled modes by using electrostatic gate voltages. This tunable coupling enables us to make the modes commensurate and observe energy exchange between the modes. We attribute the strong energy exchange between the vibrational modes to 2:1 internal resonance. This interaction strongly affects the dynamics of the modal response of such resonators. We observe peak splitting, a signature of energy exchange between the modes even when the modal response is in the linear regime. We model our device to explain the observed effect of excitation, detuning of modal frequencies, and intermodal coupling strength on the resonator dynamics. MoS2 resonators explored in this work are ideal for understanding the rich dynamics offered through the intermodal coupling.