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"Bucky-shuttle" memory device

We investigate the internal dynamics of a related model system, consisting of a K@C+60 endohedral complex enclosed in a C480 nanocapsule. We show this to be a tunable two-level system, where transitions between the two states can be induced by applying an electric field between the C480 end caps, and discuss its potential application as a nonvolatile memory element.

  • The potential of carbon-based memory systems
    Mark Brehob, Richard Enbody, Young-Kyun Kwon, and David Tomanek, in R. Rajsuman, and T. Wik (eds.), Memory Technology, Design and Testing, 1999. Records of the 1999 IEEE International Workshop on, pp. 110-114, IEEE Computer Society, San Jose, CA (1999).
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