Non-volatile resistive memory devices based on solution-processed natural DNA biomaterial

Non-volatile resistive memory devices based on solution-processed natural DNA biomaterial Biomaterial-based devices have demonstrated versatility in various applications and have drawn recent considerable attention. In this study, we present non-volatile resistive switching memory devices based on a natural-derived DNA biomaterial. The structure consists of a DNA-based biomaterial layer sandwiched between two electrodes, where the DNA-based biomaterial is solution-processed without sequence control or external doping of nanoparticles. The fabricated device was tested at room temperature without encapsulation and exhibited a reliable resistive switching behavior and multi-level operation with low switching voltages, 104 s retention time, and more than 200 cycles in memory endurance testing. Our demonstration shows that reliable memory devices can be realized using only one layer of natural DNA biomaterial, without the need for composite layers. Our characterization also provides underlying physics that may be exploited for the design and fabrication of natural DNA-based optoelectronics. http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Organic Electronics Elsevier

Non-volatile resistive memory devices based on solution-processed natural DNA biomaterial

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Elsevier
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Copyright © 2017 Elsevier B.V.
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1566-1199
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10.1016/j.orgel.2017.12.048
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Abstract

Biomaterial-based devices have demonstrated versatility in various applications and have drawn recent considerable attention. In this study, we present non-volatile resistive switching memory devices based on a natural-derived DNA biomaterial. The structure consists of a DNA-based biomaterial layer sandwiched between two electrodes, where the DNA-based biomaterial is solution-processed without sequence control or external doping of nanoparticles. The fabricated device was tested at room temperature without encapsulation and exhibited a reliable resistive switching behavior and multi-level operation with low switching voltages, 104 s retention time, and more than 200 cycles in memory endurance testing. Our demonstration shows that reliable memory devices can be realized using only one layer of natural DNA biomaterial, without the need for composite layers. Our characterization also provides underlying physics that may be exploited for the design and fabrication of natural DNA-based optoelectronics.

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Organic ElectronicsElsevier

Published: Mar 1, 2018

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