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Landmark Modeling Study at Penn Reveals How Ferroelectric Computer Memory Works


October 10, 2007

chemistry graphic A collaboration of University of Pennsylvania chemists and engineers has performed multiscale modeling of ferroelectric domain walls and provided a new theory of behavior for domain-wall motion, the "sliding wall" that separates ferroelectric domains and makes high-density ferroelectric RAM possible. Full Story

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