Condensed Matter

   

Dynamic Systems Model for Ionic Mem-Resistors

Authors: Blaise Mouttet

Memristive system models have previously been proposed to describe ionic memory resistors. However, these models neglect the mass of ions and repulsive forces between ions and are not well formulated in terms of semiconductor and ionic physics. This article proposes an alternative dynamic systems model in which the system state is derived from a second order differential equation in the form of a driven damped harmonic oscillator. Application is made to Schottky and tunneling barriers.

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[v1] 2012-05-03 08:45:16

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