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Design and analysis of high-speed random access memory with Coulomb blockade charge confinement

Design and analysis of high-speed random access memory with Coulomb blockade charge confinement
Design and analysis of high-speed random access memory with Coulomb blockade charge confinement
2210-2216
Katayama, K.
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Mizuta, Hiroshi
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Muller, H. -O.
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Williams, D.
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Nakazato, K.
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Katayama, K.
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Mizuta, Hiroshi
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Muller, H. -O.
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Williams, D.
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Nakazato, K.
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Katayama, K., Mizuta, Hiroshi, Muller, H. -O., Williams, D. and Nakazato, K. (1999) Design and analysis of high-speed random access memory with Coulomb blockade charge confinement IEEE Transactions on Electron Devices, ED-46, pp. 2210-2216.

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Published date: 1999
Organisations: Nanoelectronics and Nanotechnology

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Local EPrints ID: 266228
URI: http://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/266228
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Last modified: 24 Oct 2017 16:31

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Author: K. Katayama
Author: Hiroshi Mizuta
Author: H. -O. Muller
Author: D. Williams
Author: K. Nakazato

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