Memristors with alloyed electrodes

Simultaneous electrodeposition of metals facilitates the realization of memrisitive devices with high yield and improved reliability.

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Fig. 1: Alloyed memristors mechanism.


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Valov, I., Yang, Y. Memristors with alloyed electrodes. Nat. Nanotechnol. 15, 510–511 (2020).

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