Flexible Graphene Memristors

posted Nov 24, 2010, 12:07 AM by Hatef Sadeghi
Graphene oxide is the latest flavor of memristor, and it works on bendable plastic

South Korean researchers have recently made a flexible nonvolatile memory based on memristors—fundamental electronic circuit elements discovered in 2008—using thin graphene oxide films. Memristors promise a new type of dense, cheap, and low-power memory and have typically been made using metal oxide thin films. The new graphene oxide devices should be cheaper and simpler to fabricate—they could be printed on rolls of plastic sheets and used in plastic RFID tags or in the wearable electronics of the future.

More info: http://spectrum.ieee.org/semiconductors/nanotechnology/flexible-graphene-memristors

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