Resources Contact Us Home
Method of driving device having metal-insulator-metal(mim)structure

Image Number 3 for United States Patent #5270965.

A method of driving a device having a pair of electrodes and organic insulating layer sandwiched therebetween. The device exhibits at least three states of different electroconductivities in response to an applied voltage. A transition from the first state to the second state is achieved by applying a voltage within a first predetermined range to the device in the first state, and a transition from the second state to the third state is achieved by applying a voltage within a second predetermined range to the device in the second state.

  Recently Added Patents
Actuators and moveable elements with position sensing
Badge or pin
Ni-, Co-, and Mn- multi-element doped positive electrode material for lithium battery and its preparation method
Wireless communication power control
Serving base station selection based on backhaul capability
Home appreciation participation notes
Method of interfacing a host operating through a logical address space with a direct file storage medium
  Randomly Featured Patents
Adaptive evolutionary computer software products
Gun-mounted sighting device
Cartridge interface
Scrambling method of music sequence data for incompatible sound generator
Integrated portable water purifier
Analog laser receiver for determining the position of incidence of a beam of laser light thereon
File system recognition structure
Over-center toggle latch with integral switch
Method of fabricating quad flat non-leaded package
Method, computer program and control and/or regulation device for operating an internal combustion engine, and corresponding internal combustion engine