Full-Spectral Fine-Tuning Visible Emissions from Cation Hybrid Cs1–mFAmPbX3 (X = Cl, Br, and I, 0 ≤ m ≤ 1) Quantum Dots
journal contributionposted on 01.06.2017, 00:00 by Daqin Chen, Xiao Chen, Zhongyi Wan, Gaoliang Fang
Full-color visible emissions are particularly crucial for applications in displays and lightings. In this work, we developed a facile room-temperature ligand-assisted supersaturated recrystallization synthesis of monodisperse, cubic structure Cs1–mFAmPbX3 (X = Cl, Br, and I or their mixtures Cl/Br and Br/I, 0 ≤ m ≤ 1) hybrid perovskite quantum dots (QDs). Impressively, cation substitution of Cs+ by FA+ was beneficial in finely tuning the band gap and in exciton recombination kinetics, improving the structural stability, and raising the absolute quantum yields up to 85%. With further assistance of anion replacement, full-spectral visible emissions in the wavelength range of 450–750 nm; narrow full width at half-maxima, and a wide color gamut, encompassing 130% of National Television System Committee television color standard, were achieved. Finally, Cs1–mFAmPbX3-polymer films retaining multicolor luminescence are prepared and a prototype white light-emitting diode device was constructed using green Cs0.1FA0.9PbBr3 and red Cs0.1FA0.9Br1.5I1.5 QDs as color converters, certainly suggesting their potential applications in the optoelectronics field.
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wavelength rangeband gapFull-Spectral Fine-Tuning Visible EmissionsPbXCs 0.1 FA 0.9 Br 1.51.5 QDsCs 0.1 FA 0.9 PbBr 3exciton recombination kineticsquantum yieldscolor convertersNational Television System Committee television colorlight-emitting diode deviceClanion replacementcation substitutionoptoelectronics fieldperovskite quantum dotspolymer filmsroom-temperature ligand-assisted supersaturated recrystallization synthesiscolor gamut