LT STM: Atomic-scale Rewritable Memory Using Scanning Tunnelling Microscopy Techniques

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18-bit and 192-bit atomic rewritable memories. The 192-bit array was written in 250 seconds into a hydrogen-passivated Si(100)-2×1 surface.

Author: Prof. Wolkow Institute: University of Alberta in Edmonton, Canada Nature Communications Logo  | © Nature Nature Communications
Date: 2018
Instruments: LT STM Lab, LT STM

Prof. Wolkow and his co-workers at the University of Alberta in Edmonton, Canada have created the most dense, solid-state memory in history using scanning probe microscopy techniques.