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Graphene-based resistance random access memory devices (RRAMs) have shown promise as a suitable replacement for flash memories, owing to their fast switching speed, low programming voltage, better scalability and great reliability. Furthermore, recent research works have shown bi-layer RRAM devices exhibiting better performance along the same parameters, where titania is one of the most commonly used materials. In the present work, we have studied the resistance switching behavior in a bi-layer RRAM device structure of TiO2 with graphene oxide (GO) and reduced graphene oxide (rGO). Switching mechanism in these devices has been investigated by detailed experimental characterization in conjunction with a finite element modeling (FEM) simulation. A dual conical conductive filament has been used in the present work, based on the modeling of the electroforming process carried out by FEM. It has been demonstrated that for the GO/TiO2 based hybrid RRAM device structure, GO acts as an active filament formation layer, whereas in the rGO/TiO2 bi-layer structure, rGO acts as a mere electrode.
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Srivastava, Siddharth; Dey, Pritam; Asapu, Shiva; and Maiti, Tanmoy, "Role of GO and r-GO in resistance switching behavior of bilayer TiO2 based RRAM" (2018). NANOTECHNOLOGY. 1185.