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Organic Nonvolatile Memory: Nanostructured Anode Material for High-Power Battery System in Electric Vehicles (Adv. Mater. 28/2010)
Takhee Lee and co-workers demonstrate on p. 3071 that organic nonvolatile memory devices can be fabricated on flexible substrates. The organic nonvolatile memory devices show rewritable and nearly consistent switching characteristics, regardless of the bending circumstances. The stable switching performance of the organic memory devices with bending stress is a promising property, ultimately enhancing the possibility of the application for flexible organic memory devices.