WO/2005/041319 is referenced by 1 patents.

The present invention provides a selectively conductive organic semiconductor (e.g., polymer) device that can be utilized as a memory cell. A polymer solution including a conducting polymer (22) self assembles relative to a conductive electrode (26). The process affords self-assembly such that a shortest conductive path can be achieved. The method includes depositing a concentrated solution of conducting polymer (23) on a conductive surface (26), applying heat and optionally a vacuum, and permitting the conducting polymer (22) to self-assemble into an organic semiconductor. The organic semiconductor can be employed within single and multi-cell memory devices by forming a structure with two or more electrodes while employing the organic semiconductor along with a passive device between the electrodes. A partitioning component can be integrated with the memory device to facilitate programming and stacking of additional memory cells on top of or in association with previously formed cells.

Title
Self assembly of conducting polymer for formation of polymer memory cell
Application Number
PCT/US2004/030511
Publication Number
2005/041319
Application Date
September 16, 2004
Publication Date
May 6, 2005
Inventor
Tripsas Nicholas H
Okoroanyanwu Uzodinma
Pangrle Suzette K
Buynoski Matthew S
Agent
sDRAKE Paul S
Assignee
Tripsas Nicholas H
Okoroanyanwu Uzodinma
Pangrle Suzette K
S
Buynoski Matthew
Advanced Micro Devices
IPC
H01L 51/40
H01L 27/28
G11C 13/02
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