‘Wonder material’ graphene tapped for electronic memory devices – nanotechweb.org

Researchers from a team by University of California at Los Angeles describes in detail a new graphene based memory device on a next issue of Applied Physics Letters. In the new memory graphene is used to write and read the electric dipole moments of an underlying ferroelectric material in ferroelectric-field-effect-transistors (FFETs). They discovered that this graphene-FFET has a fidelity higher than other high density memory devices at low operating voltage. However improvement of performances is still required.

Check this at ‘Wonder material’ graphene tapped for electronic memory devices – nanotechweb.org.

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About Francesco Buonocore

Francesco Buonocore is an Italian solid state theoretical physicist, staff scientist of the Italian government agency ENEA. Francesco likes Physics, thinking about Physics and how Physics and life are related.
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