Phenomenology of Antiamorphous Order
Part of the Institute of Amorphous Studies Series book series (IASS)
When dealing with the phenomenology associated with aggregates of matter, it is useful to appeal to a taxonomy that is based on concepts of order.
KeywordsResistance Switching High Resistance State Silver Layer Switching Characteristic Switching Threshold
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