Vanadium dioxide, a well-known phase transition material with abrupt resistance change during its transition temperature, is herein used to fabricate the transparent mesh film onto a glass slide through self-assembly mesh printing. A record high ON/OFF ratio up to 104 is achieved together with high visible transmittance of 86% compared to the normal glass slide with visible transmittance at 88%. The high transparent properties make the resistive switches applicable for next-generation electronics, such as see-through computing device and beyond. A simple and scalable mesh printing approach-integrated phase change material may provide a promising way to fabricate transparent resistance switches for next-generation electronics.
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