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Negative Differential Resistance Effect In Resistive Switching Devices Based On H-LuFeO3/CoFe2O4 Heterojunctions.

Xinxin Ran, Pengfei Hou, Jiaxun Song, Hongjia Song, X. Zhong, J. Wang
Published 2020 · Materials Science, Medicine

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The negative differential resistance (NDR) effect enables multilevel storage and gradual resistance modulation in resistive switching (RS) devices to be achieved. However, the poor reproducibility of NDR is the obstacle that restricts their application because the appearance of the NDR effect in RS devices is usually accidental or unstable at room temperature. In this report, we demonstrate a polarization and interfacial defect modulated NDR effect in h-LuFeO3/CoFe2O4 heterojunction-based RS devices; especially, the NDR is reproducible after hundreds of cycles at room temperature. This research provides an effective way for realizing the reproducible NDR effect in ferroelectric RS devices, and it may promote the development and application of RS devices with the NDR effect.
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