Colourful luminescence of metal halide perovskites – from fundamentals to applications

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Colourful luminescence of metal halide perovskites – from fundamentals to applications. / Scheblykin, Ivan G.; deQuilettes, Dane W.; Petrozza, Annamaria; Stranks, Samuel D.; Rainò, Gabriele.

I: Journal of Luminescence, Vol. 226, 117405, 2020.

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Scheblykin, Ivan G. ; deQuilettes, Dane W. ; Petrozza, Annamaria ; Stranks, Samuel D. ; Rainò, Gabriele. / Colourful luminescence of metal halide perovskites – from fundamentals to applications. I: Journal of Luminescence. 2020 ; Vol. 226.

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T1 - Colourful luminescence of metal halide perovskites – from fundamentals to applications

AU - Scheblykin, Ivan G.

AU - deQuilettes, Dane W.

AU - Petrozza, Annamaria

AU - Stranks, Samuel D.

AU - Rainò, Gabriele

PY - 2020

Y1 - 2020

N2 - This special issue explores the extraordinary luminescence properties of metal halide perovskites. Metal halide perovskites have emerged at the forefront of next-generation, thin-film semiconductors for photovoltaic and light-emitting applications. These materials exhibit remarkable optoelectronic properties such as long charge carrier diffusion lengths and high radiative emission efficiencies, which are unexpected for low-temperature, solution-processed semiconductors. Despite impressive technological advancements in device efficiency, a fundamental understanding of perovskite photophysics and photochemistry is still lagging behind. In particular, perovskites often suffer from unpredictable variations in non-radiative recombination and a range of complex dynamic phenomena that remain poorly understood. This issue contains 26 peer-reviewed papers focused on elucidating and further exploring the intricate relationship between luminescence properties and perovskite synthesis, material composition and structure. The issue traces fundamental structure-function relationships on a microscopic level, which serves as a platform to further understand the photophysical processes in composite heterostructures and devices.

AB - This special issue explores the extraordinary luminescence properties of metal halide perovskites. Metal halide perovskites have emerged at the forefront of next-generation, thin-film semiconductors for photovoltaic and light-emitting applications. These materials exhibit remarkable optoelectronic properties such as long charge carrier diffusion lengths and high radiative emission efficiencies, which are unexpected for low-temperature, solution-processed semiconductors. Despite impressive technological advancements in device efficiency, a fundamental understanding of perovskite photophysics and photochemistry is still lagging behind. In particular, perovskites often suffer from unpredictable variations in non-radiative recombination and a range of complex dynamic phenomena that remain poorly understood. This issue contains 26 peer-reviewed papers focused on elucidating and further exploring the intricate relationship between luminescence properties and perovskite synthesis, material composition and structure. The issue traces fundamental structure-function relationships on a microscopic level, which serves as a platform to further understand the photophysical processes in composite heterostructures and devices.

U2 - 10.1016/j.jlumin.2020.117405

DO - 10.1016/j.jlumin.2020.117405

M3 - Debate/Note/Editorial

AN - SCOPUS:85086466126

VL - 226

JO - Journal of Luminescence

JF - Journal of Luminescence

SN - 0022-2313

M1 - 117405

ER -