A one-dimensional nonvolatile ferroelectric memory inverter circuit is demonstrated for the first time in a single ZnO nanowire. The circuit exhibits a large memory window and dynamic program/erase behavior. One part of the ZnO nanowire forms the channel of a top-gate ferroelectric field-effect transistor with a ferroelectric polymer while the rest is used as resistors.
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