Tunable memory characteristics are investigated according to the metal-nanoparticle species being used in memory devices. The memory devices are fabricated using diblock copolymer micelles as templates to synthesize nanoparticles of cobalt, gold, and a binary mixture thereof. Programmable memory characteristics show different charging/discharging behaviors according to the storage element configurations as confirmed by nanoscale device characterization.
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