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Organic field-effect transistor nonvolatile memories based on hybrid nano-floating-gate
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High performance organic field-effect transistor nonvolatile memory is achieved by integrating gold nanoparticles and graphene oxide sheets as the hybrid nano-floating-gate. The device shows a large memory window of about 40 V, high ON/OFF ratio of reading current over 104, excellent programming/erasing endurance, and retention ability. The hybrid nano-floating-gate can increase the density of charge trapping sites, which are electrically separate from each other and thus suppress the stored charge leakage. The memory window is increased under illumination, and the results indicate that the photon-generated carriers facilitate the electron trapping but have almost no effect on the hole trapping.
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