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Scientists at Gwangju Institute Science and Technology Target Applied Physics
August 23rd, 2011
According to the authors of recent research from Kwangju, South Korea, "Resistive switching characteristics of bilayered titanium oxides layer were investigated."
"To improve the relatively poor electrical characteristics of solution-processed TiOx active layers, we incorporated an additional thin TiO2 (similar to 8 nm) layer by atomic layer deposition. The bilayered titanium oxide active layer showed a significantly improved performance, such as a larger ON/OFF ratio, a stable resistive switching over 100 times under a dc voltage sweep, cell-to-cell uniformity, and high device yield (>90%)," wrote I. Kim and colleagues, Gwangju Institute Science and...
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Source: China Business Newsweekly (2011-08-23)