Formation Mechanisms and Phase Stability of Solid-State Grown CsPbI3 Perovskites
Carbonaro, Carlo Maria
Ricci, Pier Carlo
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AbstractCsPbI3 inorganic perovskite is synthesized by a solvent-free, solid-state reaction, and its structural and optical properties can be deeply investigated using a multi-technique approach. X-ray Diffraction (XRD) and Raman measurements, optical absorption, steady-time and time-resolved luminescence, as well as High-Resolution Transmission Electron Microscopy (HRTEM) imaging, were exploited to understand phase evolution as a function of synthesis time length. Nanoparticles with multiple, well-defined crystalline domains of different crystalline phases were observed, usually surrounded by a thin, amorphous/out-of-axis shell. By increasing the synthesis time length, in addition to the pure α phase, which was rapidly converted into the δ phase at room temperature, a secondary phase, Cs4PbI6, was observed, together with the 715 nm-emitting γ phase.
CitationSatta, J., Casu, A., Chiriu, D., Carbonaro, C. M., Stagi, L., & Ricci, P. C. (2021). Formation Mechanisms and Phase Stability of Solid-State Grown CsPbI3 Perovskites. Nanomaterials, 11(7), 1823. doi:10.3390/nano11071823
SponsorsThis work was funding by the “Fondazione di Sardegna” within project L.R 7. CUP F74I19000930007, “NG-Light: a new generation of phosphors”.The authors acknowledge the CeSAR (Centro Servizi d’Ateneo per la Ricerca) of the University of Cagliari, Italy for the time resolved photoluminescence experiments.
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