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Egg Memristor recipe (serves one)

Egg Memristor recipe (serves one)

by Clemens Valens @ elektormagazine.com discuss about a new type of dissolvable memory resistor using egg proteins.

Over the past years research has been done with several biodegradable materials, including DNA, to make what is called transient electronics, dissolvable electronic components that are designed to be compatible with the environment. The Chinese scientists used egg proteins, magnesium and tungsten to build a dissolvable memory resistor or memristor, a special kind of resistor that can “remember” charges.

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