Alloy-induced phase transition and enhanced photovoltaic performance: the case of Cs3Bi2I9−xBrx perovskite solar cells

@article{Yu2019AlloyinducedPT,
  title={Alloy-induced phase transition and enhanced photovoltaic performance: the case of Cs3Bi2I9−xBrx perovskite solar cells},
  author={Bin‐Bin Yu and Min Liao and Jingxiu Yang and Wei Chen and Yudong Zhu and Xusheng Zhang and Tao Duan and Weitang Yao and Suhuai Wei and Zhubing He},
  journal={Journal of Materials Chemistry A},
  year={2019}
}
Phase transition driven bandgap aberration of Cs3Bi2I9−xBrx perovskites by varying x was discovered for the first time. 

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