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Color-Tunable Mixed-Cation Perovskite Single Photon Emitters

@inproceedings{DAmato2022ColorTunableMP,
  title={Color-Tunable Mixed-Cation Perovskite Single Photon Emitters},
  author={Marianna D'Amato and Qiwen Tan and Quentin Glorieux and Alberto Bramati and Cesare Soci},
  year={2022}
}
Quantum photonics technologies like wavelength division multiplexing (WDM) for high-rate quantum key distribution require narrowband, spectrally tunable single photon emitters. Physical methods that rely on the application of large mechanical strain to epitaxial quantum dots or electric and magnetic fields to color centers in 2D metal dichalcogenides provide limited spectral tunability. Here we adopt a chemical approach to synthesize a family of colloidal mixed-cation perovskite quantum dots… 

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