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The capabilities of the mechanical resonator-based nanosensors in detecting ultra-small mass or force shifts have driven a continuing exploration of the palette of nanomaterials for such application purpose. Based on large-scale molecular dynamics simulations, we have assessed the applicability of a new class of carbon nanomaterials for the nanoresonator usage, i.e., the single wall carbon nanotube (SWNT) network. It is found that the SWNT networks inherit the excellent mechanical propertiesdoi:10.1088/0957-4484/26/31/315501 pmid:26184034 fatcat:h4lgf7eq2faynnex2pj7puqwfi