Electrical performance and scalability of Pt dispersed SiO2 nanometallic resistance switch.
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Highly reproducible bipolar resistance switching was recently demonstrated in a composite material of Pt nanoparticles dispersed in silicon dioxide. Here, we examine the electrical performance and scalability of this system and demonstrate devices with ultrafast (<100 ps) switching, long state retention (no measurable relaxation after 6 months), and high endurance (>3 × 10(7) cycles). A possible switching mechanism based on ion motion in the film is discussed based on these observations.
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Choi, B. J., Torrezan, A. C., Norris, K. J., Miao, F., Strachan, J. P., Zhang, M., ... Williams, R. S.
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Choi, Byung Joon||Torrezan, Antonio C||Norris, Kate J||Miao, Feng||Strachan, John Paul||Zhang, Min-Xian||Ohlberg, Douglas AA||Kobayashi, Nobuhiko P||Yang, J Joshua||Williams, R Stanley