Meghan B Teunis

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Organic-inorganic hybrid perovskites, direct band-gap semiconductors, have shown tremendous promise for optoelectronic device fabrication. We report the first colloidal synthetic approach to prepare ultrasmall (∼1.5 nm diameter), white-light emitting, organic-inorganic hybrid perovskite nanoclusters. The nearly pure white-light emitting ultrasmall(More)
Here we report an unprecedentedly large and controllable decrease in the optical band gap (up to 107 nm, 610 meV) of molecule-like ultrasmall CdSe nanocrystals (diameters ranging from 1.6 to 2.0 nm) by passivating their surfaces with conjugated ligands (phenyldithiocarbamates, PDTCs) containing a series of electron-donating and -withdrawing functional(More)
This article describes the mechanisms underlying electronic interactions between surface passivating ligands and (CdSe)34 semiconductor cluster molecules (SCMs) that facilitate band-gap engineering through the delocalization of hole wave functions without altering their inorganic core. We show here both experimentally and through density functional theory(More)
This paper reports large bathochromic shifts of up to 260 meV in both the excitonic absorption and emission peaks of oleylamine (OLA)-passivated molecule-like (CdSe)34 nanocrystals caused by postsynthetic treatment with the electron accepting Cd(O2CPh)2 complex at room temperature. These shifts are found to be reversible upon removal of Cd(O2CPh)2 by(More)
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