Alcohol-Mediated Resistance-Switching Behavior in Metal–Organic Framework-Based Electronic Devices (pages 8884–8888)
Dr. Yaqing Liu, Dr. Hong Wang, Dr. Wenxiong Shi, Dr. Weina Zhang, Dr. Jiancan Yu, Bevita K. Chandran, Chenlong Cui, Bowen Zhu, Zhiyuan Liu, Dr. Bin Li, Cai Xu, Zhiling Xu, Prof. Shuzhou Li, Prof. Wei Huang, Prof. Fengwei Huo and Prof. Xiaodong Chen
Version of Record online: 17 JUN 2016 | DOI: 10.1002/anie.201602499
A MOF never forgets: Alcohol-mediated memory devices with reliable resistance-switching properties were realized in metal–organic framework (MOF) films. The memory behavior can be controlled by the intermolecular interactions among the guest molecules adsorbed in MOF crystals to achieve multilevel information storage.