Tunable light emission by exciplex state formation between hybrid halide perovskite and core/shell quantum dots: Implications in advanced LEDs and photovoltaics.

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We report the first observation of exciplex state electroluminescence due to carrier injection between the hybrid lead halide perovskite (MAPbI3-xClx) and quantum dots (core/shell PbS/CdS). Single layers of perovskite (PS) and quantum dots (QDs) have been produced by solution processing methods, and their photoluminescent properties are compared to those of… (More)
DOI: 10.1126/sciadv.1501104

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@article{Snchez2016TunableLE, title={Tunable light emission by exciplex state formation between hybrid halide perovskite and core/shell quantum dots: Implications in advanced LEDs and photovoltaics.}, author={Rafael S S{\'a}nchez and Mauricio Solis de la Fuente and Isaac Suarez and Guillermo Mu{\~n}oz-Matutano and Juan P Martinez-Pastor and Iv{\'a}n Mora-Ser{\'o}}, journal={Science advances}, year={2016}, volume={2 1}, pages={e1501104} }