Solution-processed silver sulphide nanocrystal film for resistive switching memories

@article{MartnGarca2018SolutionprocessedSS,
  title={Solution-processed silver sulphide nanocrystal film for resistive switching memories},
  author={Beatriz Mart{\'i}n‐Garc{\'i}a and Davide Spirito and Roman Krahne and Iwan Moreels},
  journal={arXiv: Applied Physics},
  year={2018}
}
Resistive switching memories allow electrical control of the conductivity of a material, by inducing a high resistance (OFF) or a low resistance (ON) state, using electrochemical and ion transport processes. As alternative to high temperature and vacuum-based physical sulphurization methods of silver (Ag), here we propose, as resistive switching medium, a layer built from colloidal Ag$_{2-x}$S nanocrystals -compatible with solution-processed approaches. The effect of the electrode size (from… 
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