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This example shows a memristor's response to a sine wave. The graphs below the circuit show the memristor's voltage (in green), current (in yellow), and resistance (in white). A graph of voltage versus current is also shown. In this case, the voltage swings are large enough (relative to time) that the memristor hits its minimum resistance value, causing spikes in current.

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