Regensburg 2022 – wissenschaftliches Programm
KFM 27.3: Vortrag
Donnerstag, 8. September 2022, 15:30–15:45, H31
Stability Enhancement of perovskite nanoplatelets via crosslinking of ligands — •Maximilian Gruber, Ulrich Leo, Nina Henke, Patrick Ganswindt, Michael Lichtenegger, Connor Heimig, and Alexander Urban — Nanospectroscopy Group and Center for Nanoscience (CeNS), Nano-Institute Munich, Department of Physics, Ludwig-Maximiliäns-Universitat München, Königinstr. 10, 80539 Munich, Germany
In recent years lead halide perovskite nanoplatelets (NPL) have attracted a lot of attention due to low-cost production and excellent spectral tuning. Additionally, perovskite NPLs exhibit the benefit of exciton energy tunability via quantum confinement as well as large photoluminescence quantum yield. The high surface to volume ratio of the NPLs, however, makes them susceptible to degradation by water, air and ion migration.
One solution to these issues of degradation investigated here is a process called crosslinking. Hereby the exposure of a film of NPLs to a dose of electron radiation induces intermolecular bonds between the organic ligands attached to the individual nanocrystals, hence forming a protective matrix around a film of pristine perovskite NPLs.
Varying dosages of irradiation of three monolayer CsPbBr3 NPLs were investigated followed by an exposure to other halides, NPLs with a different halide composition as well as different solvents, showing a drastic increase in stability of the crosslinked compared to untreated NPLs. This enables the possibility of a future application of lead halide perovskite NPLs under ambient conditions.