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—A resistive switching memory device based on graphene oxide (GO) is presented. It is found that the resistive switching characteristic has a strong dependence on electrode material and GO thickness. In our experiment, an Al/GO/ITO structure with 30-nm-thick GO shows good switching performance with an on/off resistance ratio of 10 3 , low set/reset voltage,(More)
We present a flexible room temperature NO 2 gas sensor consisting of vertical carbon nanotubes ͑CNTs͒/reduced graphene hybrid film supported by a polyimide substrate. The reduced graphene film alone showed a negligible sensor response, exhibiting abnormal N–P transitions during the initial NO 2 injection. A hybrid film, formed by the growth of a vertically(More)
We demonstrate a straightforward approach for rapid growth of wall-number selected, N-doped CNT arrays. Highly uniform nanopatterned iron catalyst arrays were prepared by tilted deposition through block copolymer nanotemplates. PECVD growth of CNTs from the nanopatterned catalysts in an NH(3) environment generated vertical N-doped CNTs with a(More)
B- and N-doped carbon nanotubes (CNTs) with controlled workfunctions were successfully employed as charge trap materials for solution processable, mechanically flexible, multilevel switching resistive memory. B- and N-doping systematically controlled the charge trap level and dispersibility of CNTs in polystyrene matrix. Consequently, doped CNT device(More)
The ideal 1D structure of carbon nanotubes (CNTs) lends them various attractive properties such as tunable conductivity , extremely high electron mobility, and large charge storage capacity. [1,2] Owing to their molecular scale dimensions and unique electronic properties, CNTs are considered to be promising building blocks for future nanoelectronics(More)
Complex nanopatterns integrating diverse nanocomponents are crucial requirements for advanced photonics and electronics. Currently, such multicomponent nanopatterns are principally created by colloidal nanoparticle assembly, where large-area processing of highly ordered nanostructures raises significant challenge. We present multicomponent nanopatterns(More)
The refractive index of natural transparent materials is limited to 2-3 throughout the visible wavelength range. Wider controllability of the refractive index is desired for novel optical applications such as nanoimaging and integrated photonics. We report that metamaterials consisting of period and symmetry-tunable self-assembled nanopatterns can provide a(More)
Commercialization of graphene based applications inevitably requires cost effective mass production. From the early days of research on graphene, direct liquid phase exfoliation (LPE) of graphite has been considered as the most promising strategy to produce high-quality mono or few-layer graphene sheets in solvent dispersion forms. Substantial success has(More)
Operating voltage enhancement is an effective route for high energy density supercapacitors. Unfortunately, widely used activated carbon electrode generally suffers from poor electrochemical stability over 2.5 V. Here we present atomic layer deposition (ALD) encapsulation of activated carbons for high voltage stable supercapacitors. Two-nanometer-thick(More)
Directed self-assembly of a block copolymer is successfully employed to fabricate device-oriented graphene nanostructures from CVD grown graphene. We implemented mussel-inspired polydopamine adhesive in conjunction with the graphoepitaxy principle to tailor graphene nanoribbon arrays and a graphene nanomesh located between metal electrodes. Polydopamine(More)