Advanced Materials and Device Architectures for High Performance Organic Memory Applications
- Advanced Materials and Device Architectures for High Performance Organic Memory Applications
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- Recently, organic materials such as conjugated polymer have been widely used for active component of organic electronics. With the rapid development of information technology, the demand for inexpensive and high density data storage media has increased. Organic non-volatile memory devices have been one of the most promising candidates for next generation storage media. The researches on organic memory device have focused on synthesis of various organic materials, device fabrication, device testing, and design of device structure or memory architectures. In this research, we fabricated and characterized polyfluorene-derivative based organic non-volatile memory devices and their applications. Detail information of reversible switching characteristic of polyflourene-derivative and its derivatives bound with mobile metal ions were investigated. We introduced novel fabrication method and device architectures for organic memory applications.
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