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Nanoionic device

Nanoionic devices belong to a new class of solid state devices operating due to fast ion transport at nano-scale. The examples of such devices are nano-switches with quantum conductance ([1,2], see also programmable metallization cell), and nanoionic supercapacitors with coherent heterojunctions [3].


[1] Banno N., Sakamoto T., Iguchi N., Kawaura H., Kaeriyama S., Mizuno M., Terabe K., Hasegawa T., Aono M. Solid-electrolyte nanometer switch // IEICE Trans. Electron. 2006. V.E89–C. P.1492-1498.

[2] Waser R., Aono M. Nanoionics-based resistive switching memories // Nature Materials 2007. V.6. P.833-840.

[3] Despotuli A.L., Andreeva A.V., Rambabu B. Nanoionics of advanced superionic conductors // Ionics 2005. V.11. P.306-314.

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