Design rules for phase-change materials in data storage applications.

@article{Lencer2011DesignRF,
  title={Design rules for phase-change materials in data storage applications.},
  author={Dominic Lencer and Martin Salinga and Matthias Wuttig},
  journal={Advanced materials},
  year={2011},
  volume={23 18},
  pages={2030-58}
}
Phase-change materials can rapidly and reversibly be switched between an amorphous and a crystalline phase. Since both phases are characterized by very different optical and electrical properties, these materials can be employed for rewritable optical and electrical data storage. Hence, there are considerable efforts to identify suitable materials, and to optimize them with respect to specific applications. Design rules that can explain why the materials identified so far enable phase-change… CONTINUE READING
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