Low temperature rectifying junctions for crossbar non-volatile memory devices
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ZnO-based Schottky junctions fabricated at low temperature are proposed as selectors for crossbar non-volatile memory devices. Rectifying ratio over 10 and forward current density as high as 10 A/cm are reported. Results of the integration with NiO based switching memory elements are also shown. ©2009 IEEE.
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