A nonvolatile, bistable, and rewritable organic memory device based on radical polymers was prepared and tested. The excellent performance of a battery-inspired memory architecture with a configuration of p- and n-type charge-transporting radical polymers sandwiching a dielectric layer was characterized. The ON-OFF ratio was more than 4 orders of magnitude, and retention and endurance cycles of more than 104 and 103, respectively, were accomplished.
ASJC Scopus subject areas
- Colloid and Surface Chemistry