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Simulation of space charge limited organic non volatile memory elements

  • Francesco Santoni (a1), Alessio Gagliardi (a1) and Aldo Di Carlo (a1)

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We present a model for organic bistable devices (OBDs) embedded with metallic nanoparticles. In particular, two device architectures have been studied: a single layer device with metallic nanoparticles dispersed in a organic material matrix and a three layer device where two organic material regions are separated by a layer of heavy packed nanoparticles. The model describes the different behavior, the internal charge and potential distributions in the ON-OFF states. The OFF state is represented by charged nanoparticles forming a space charge layer which limits the current. The ON state occurs with neutral nanoparticles.

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Simulation of space charge limited organic non volatile memory elements

  • Francesco Santoni (a1), Alessio Gagliardi (a1) and Aldo Di Carlo (a1)

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