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Thermal annealing and temperature dependences of memory effect in organic memory transistor
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We investigate the annealing and thermal effects of organic non-volatile memory with floating silvernanoparticles by real-time transfer curve measurements. During annealing, the memory window shows shrinkage of 23% due to structural variation of the nanoparticles. However, by increasing the device operating temperature from 20 to 90 °C after annealing, the memory window demonstrates an enlargement up to 100%. The differences in the thermal responses are explained and confirmed by the co-existence of electron and hole traps. Our findings provide a better understanding of organic memory performances under various operating temperatures and validate their applications for temperature sensing or thermal memories.
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