We discuss three different models of switching between the high conductivity and low conductivity state in organic bistable devices (OBD) with embedded nanoparticles. All models assume the same basic mechanism: charge trapping and de-trapping in metal nanoparticles. We show trapped charges can both induce an increase or a reduction of the total current depending on device configurations. The influence of energy disorder is investigated.

Santoni, F., Gagliardi, A., AUF DER MAUR, M., & DI CARLO, A. (2014). Charge trapping models of resistance switching in organic bistable devices with embedded nanoparticles. ORGANIC ELECTRONICS, 15(11), 2792-2801 [10.1016/j.orgel.2014.08.011].

Charge trapping models of resistance switching in organic bistable devices with embedded nanoparticles

GAGLIARDI, ALESSIO;AUF DER MAUR, MATTHIAS;DI CARLO, ALDO
2014

Abstract

We discuss three different models of switching between the high conductivity and low conductivity state in organic bistable devices (OBD) with embedded nanoparticles. All models assume the same basic mechanism: charge trapping and de-trapping in metal nanoparticles. We show trapped charges can both induce an increase or a reduction of the total current depending on device configurations. The influence of energy disorder is investigated.
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Esperti anonimi
Settore ING-INF/01 - Elettronica
English
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Charge trapping; Nanoparticles; Non-volatile memories; Organic bistable devices; Organic device modeling; Organic memories; Biomaterials; Electronic, Optical and Magnetic Materials; Materials Chemistry2506 Metals and Alloys; Electrical and Electronic Engineering; Chemistry (all); Condensed Matter Physics
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Santoni, F., Gagliardi, A., AUF DER MAUR, M., & DI CARLO, A. (2014). Charge trapping models of resistance switching in organic bistable devices with embedded nanoparticles. ORGANIC ELECTRONICS, 15(11), 2792-2801 [10.1016/j.orgel.2014.08.011].
Santoni, F; Gagliardi, A; AUF DER MAUR, M; DI CARLO, A
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