Original paper

Enhanced ferroelectricity in ultrathin films grown directly on silicon

Nature64.80
Volume: 580, Issue: 7804, Pages: 478 - 482
Published: Apr 22, 2020
Abstract
Ultrathin ferroelectric materials could potentially enable low-power logic and nonvolatile memories1,2. As ferroelectric materials are made thinner, however, the ferroelectricity is usually suppressed. Size effects in ferroelectrics have been thoroughly investigated in perovskite oxides—the archetypal ferroelectric system3. Perovskites, however, have so far proved unsuitable for thickness scaling and integration with modern semiconductor...
Paper Details
Title
Enhanced ferroelectricity in ultrathin films grown directly on silicon
Published Date
Apr 22, 2020
Journal
Volume
580
Issue
7804
Pages
478 - 482
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