Template-Free Synthesis of High-Yield Fe-Doped Cesium Lead Halide Perovskite Ultralong Microwires with Enhanced Two-Photon Absorption
mediaposted on 07.09.2018, 16:36 by Shuangyang Zou, Gaoling Yang, Tieshan Yang, Duan Zhao, Zhixing Gan, Weijian Chen, Haizheng Zhong, Xiaoming Wen, Baohua Jia, Bingsuo Zou
Doping in perovskite is challenging and competitive due to the inherently fast growth mechanism of perovskite structure. Here, we demonstrate successful synthesis of high-yield Fe-doped cesium lead halide perovskite ultralong microwires (MWs) that have diameters up to ∼5 μm and lengths up to millimeters via an antisolvent vapor-assisted template-free method. Microstructure characterization confirms the uniformly doped Fe in the high-quality crystal perovskite MWs. Significantly, doping the Fe(III) concentration can affect both the MW morphology and photoluminescence (PL). The band edge emission of the MW at variable excitation has been accounted for by the superposition and combination of optical transitions of nearby singlet, triplet, and magnetic polaronic excitons. High-quality two-photon PL emission and the enhanced nonlinear absorption coefficient of Fe-doped MWs have been experimentally demonstrated. This superhigh nonlinear absorption coefficient and high-quality optical properties endow it with promising applications in spin-related optical switching and optical limiting devices.
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band edge emissionHalide Perovskite Ultralong MicrowiresEnhanced Two-Photon Absorption DopingMW morphologyFe-doped MWsFe-doped cesiumperovskite structureTemplate-Free SynthesisHigh-quality two-photon PL emissionHigh-Yield Fe-Doped Cesiumhalide perovskite ultralong microwiresantisolvent vapor-assisted template-free methodMicrostructure characterizationpolaronic excitonssuperhigh nonlinear absorption coefficientcrystal perovskite MWsgrowth mechanismnonlinear absorption coefficient