A novel polymer, poly(2-(N -carbazolyl)ethyl methacrylate) end-capped with fullerene (PCzMA-C60), has been synthesized via living anionic polymerization. Electrically programmable flash memory devices were easily fabricated with this polymer by using solution coating and metal deposition. This polymer was found in these devices to exhibit bipolar and unipolar switching behaviors with a high ON/OFF current ratio, a long retention time, high reliability, and low power consumption. The excellent properties and easy processability of this polymer open up the possibility of the mass production of high performance nonvolatile memory devices at low cost.
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