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Thick rutile layer in titanium for tribological applications.
In the present work, efforts have been made to oxidise the titanium surface, followed by very slow cooling to produce a thick and adherent oxide layer. The response of titanium to oxidation at various temperatures and ...
Memory effect in thin films of insulating polymer and C60 nanocomposites
(Institute of Physics, 2006-01-14)
We describe the use of C60 fullerene molecules as the charge storage medium in an insulating poly-vinyl-phenol (PVP) polymer. The simple metal–organic–metal (MOM) sandwich structure devices deposited from solution exhibit ...
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Langmuir-Blodgett film deposition of metallic nanoparticles and their application to electronic memory structures.
(American Chemical Society, 2003-04-01)
Electrical bistability in a composite of polymer and barium titanate nanoparticles.
(Royal Society, 2009)
Growth in the use of organic materials in the fabrication of electronic devices is on the rise. Recently, some attempts have been undertaken to manufacture polymer memory devices. Such devices are fabricated by depositing ...
AlN films deposited under various nitrogen concentrations by RF reactive sputtering.
Wurtzite AlN films were deposited by an RF reactive sputtering technique under various nitrogen concentrations at low temperature (350°C). The evolution of preferred orientation and morphology of the deposited films were ...
Non-volatile memory device- using a blend of polymer and ferroelectric nanoparticles.
In recent years, the interest in the application of organic materials in electronic devices (light emitting diodes, field effect transistors, solar cells), has shown a rapid increase. A new family of organic electronic ...
Effect of DC self-bias on the adhesion of diamond-like carbon deposited on metal tracks by RF-PECVD
The adhesion and material properties of diamond-like carbon (DLC), deposited by the radio-frequency plasma enhanced chemical vapour deposition technique, can be significantly affected by the substrate material on which the ...
Making plastic remember: electrically rewritable polymer memory devices.
(Materials Research Society, 2007-04)
Organic based electronic memory devices are currently receiving an unprecedented amount attention as possible alternatives for conventional semiconductor memories, due to their simple device structures, ease of fabrication, ...
Electrical properties of nanometre thin film polystyrene for organic electronic applications.
(Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers, 2008-08-08)
Polystyrene is a promising organic insulator for use in organic electronic devices owing to its excellent electrical and mechanical characteristics. However, much of the work that has been done in characterising polystyrene ...