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Nonvolatile Perovskite-Based Photomemory with a Multilevel Memory Behavior

Nonvolatile Perovskite-Based Photomemory with a Multilevel Memory Behavior
Jung-Yao Chen, Wen-Chang Chen, Yu-Cheng Chiu, Chu-Chen Chueh, Yen-Ting Li
Solution-processable organic–inorganic hybrid perovskite materials with a wealth of exotic semiconducting properties have appeared as the promising front-runners for next-generation electronic devices. Further, regarding its well photoresponsibility, various perovskite-based photosensing devices are prosperously developed in recent years. However, most exploited devices to date only transiently transduce the optical signals into electrical circuits while under illumination, which necessitates using additional converters to further store the output signals for recording the occurrence of light stimulation. Herein, a nonvolatile perovskite-based floating-gate photomemory with a multilevel memory behavior is demonstrated, for which a floating gate comprising a polymer matrix impregnated with perovskite nanoparticles is employed. Owing to the well photoresponsibility introduced by the embedded nanoparticles, the device is enabled to access multiple wavelength response and the functionalities of recording power/time-dependent illumination under no vertical electrical field. Intriguingly, a nonvolatility of photorecording exceeding three months with a high On/Off current ratio over 104 can be achieved. A nonvolatile perovskite-based photomemory with a multilevel memory behavior is developed for the first time. By using a floating gate composed of a perovskite/polymer blend, the device is enabled to access multiple wavelength response and the functionalities of recording power-dependent/time-related illumination under no vertical electrical field. Intriguingly, a nonvolatility of photorecording exceeding three months with a high On/Off current ratio of 104 can be realized.

Publisher URL: http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/resolve/doi

DOI: 10.1002/adma.201702217

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