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Abstract

The effect of hydrogen treatment on the threshold switching property in a Ag/amorphous Si based programmable metallization cells was investigated for selector device applications. Using the Ag filament formed during motion of Ag ions, a steep-slope (5 mV/dec.) for threshold switching with higher selectivity (∼105) could be achieved. Because of the faster diffusivity of Ag atoms, which are inside solid-electrolytes, the resulting Ag filament could easily be dissolved under low current regime, where the Ag filament possesses weak stability. We found that the dissolution process could be further enhanced by hydrogen treatment that facilitated the movement of the Ag atoms.

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