A combination of resistive switching and magnetic modulation gives rise to the integration of room temperature ferromagnetism (spin) and electrical properties (charge) into a simple Pt/Co:ZnO/Pt structure due to the formation of oxygen vacancy-based conductive filaments. This is promising for broadening the applications of random access memories to encode quaternary information.
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