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Flexible Sensory Platform Based on Oxide-based Neuromorphic Transistors
Liu, Ning; Zhu, Li Qiang; Feng, Ping; Wan, Chang Jin; Liu, Yang Hui; Shi, Yi; Wan, Qing
2015
Source PublicationSCIENTIFIC REPORTS
ISSN2045-2322
Volume5Pages:-
AbstractInspired by the dendritic integration and spiking operation of a biological neuron, flexible oxide-based neuromorphic transistors with multiple input gates are fabricated on flexible plastic substrates for pH sensor applications. When such device is operated in a quasi-static dual-gate synergic sensing mode, it shows a high pH sensitivity of similar to 105 mV/pH. Our results also demonstrate that single-spike dynamic mode can remarkably improve pH sensitivity and reduce response/recover time and power consumption. Moreover, we find that an appropriate negative bias applied on the sensing gate electrode can further enhance the pH sensitivity and reduce the power consumption. Our flexible neuromorphic transistors provide a new-concept sensory platform for biochemical detection with high sensitivity, rapid response and ultralow power consumption.
Document Type期刊论文
Identifierhttp://ir.nimte.ac.cn/handle/174433/12238
Collection2015专题
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Liu, Ning,Zhu, Li Qiang,Feng, Ping,et al. Flexible Sensory Platform Based on Oxide-based Neuromorphic Transistors[J]. SCIENTIFIC REPORTS,2015,5:-.
APA Liu, Ning.,Zhu, Li Qiang.,Feng, Ping.,Wan, Chang Jin.,Liu, Yang Hui.,...&Wan, Qing.(2015).Flexible Sensory Platform Based on Oxide-based Neuromorphic Transistors.SCIENTIFIC REPORTS,5,-.
MLA Liu, Ning,et al."Flexible Sensory Platform Based on Oxide-based Neuromorphic Transistors".SCIENTIFIC REPORTS 5(2015):-.
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