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Overview of organic memory devices.
(The Royal Society, 2009-10-28)
The demand for more efficient and faster memory structures is greater today than ever before. The efficiency of memory structures is measured in terms of storage capacity and the speed of functioning. However, the production ...
Switching in Polymer Memory Devices based on Polymer and Nanoparticles Admixture
(Trans Tech Publications, 2014-10)
In this paper, a non-volatile memory device based on a blend of metal oxides (Known as NiO) and polymer has been investigated. These devices have shown to display memory effects; a marked difference in electrical conductivity ...
Two Terminal Non-volatile Memory Devices using Diamond-like Carbon and Silicon Nanostructures
(Trans Tech Publications, Switzerland, 2014-10)
This work illustrates a novel device for storing electronic charge and works as a nonvolatile memory device. It is fabricated using an industrial technique and consists of silicon nanostructures and diamond like carbon ...
Small organic molecules for electrically re-writable non-volatile polymer memory devices.
(Materials Research Society, 2010-07)
The usage of organic materials in the manufacture of electronic polymer memory devices is on the rise. Polymer memory devices are fabricated by depositing a blend (an admixture of organic polymer, small molecules and ...
Zinc Oxide Nanowires for Biosensor Applications
Comparison of the antibacterial effect of silver and zinc oxide in solution and on coated surfaces
(European Scientific Conferences, 2014)
The occurrence of antibiotic resistance of pathogens is a continuing problem for the health care industry. At least 70% of Hospital Acquired Infections (HAIs) are known to be resistant to a minimum of one or two of the ...