Indexed on: 15 Jun '11Published on: 15 Jun '11Published in: Journal of Electronic Materials
This paper presents fabrication and characterization of a quantum dot-based floating gate nonvolatile memory device with site-specific self-assembly of germanium oxide-cladded germanium (GeOx-Ge) quantum dots on SiO2 and ZnS/ZnMgS/ZnS (II–VI lattice-matched high-κ dielectric) tunnel insulator material. These monodispersed and individually cladded quantum dots have the potential to store charge uniformly in the floating gate and are well suited for nonvolatile memory applications.
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