Large conductance switching and binary operation in organic devices: role of functional groups

@inproceedings{Bandhopadhyay2003LargeCS,
  title={Large conductance switching and binary operation in organic devices: role of functional groups},
  author={Anirban Bandhopadhyay and Amlan J. Pal},
  year={2003}
}
We have realized tuning of electronic memory-switching property via functional group modification in solid-state devices. Apart from their large ON/OFF ratio and long memory retention time, solid-state devices sustain repetitive switching between the two ON/OFF states at high frequencies. We have chosen several molecular systems with same backbone structure and tuned ON/OFF ratio from 4 to 300 000 simply by increasing the number of deactivating groups. A key to the large ON/OFF ratio in these… CONTINUE READING

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