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Metal halide perovskite materials and devices

Metal halide perovskite materials have gained much attention in the past years because of their high efficiency, low cost and the ease with which these materials can be made solution processable. These properties strongly suggest a huge potential of this class of materials for optoelectronic applications. This thematic series in Nanoscale Research Letters aims to demonstrate the recent research findings in  perovskite materials and devices, particularly those incorporated with nanomaterials or nanostructures.


  1. Content type: Nano Express

    Recently, semiconductor-ionic materials (SIMs) have emerged as new functional materials, which possessed high ionic conductivity with successful applications as the electrolyte in advanced low-temperature soli...

    Authors: Xiyu Nie, Ying Chen, Naveed Mushtaq, Sajid Rauf, Baoyuan Wang, Wenjing Dong, Xunying Wang, Hao Wang and Bin Zhu

    Citation: Nanoscale Research Letters 2019 14:162

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  2. Content type: Nano Express

    Photovoltaic performances of CsPbI2Br solar cells are still lower than those of hybrid inorganic–organic perovskite solar cells, and researchers are exploring ways to improve their efficiencies. Due to its higher...

    Authors: Ubaid Khan, Yu Zhinong, Abbas Ahmad Khan, Almas Zulfiqar and Naeem Ullah

    Citation: Nanoscale Research Letters 2019 14:116

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  3. Content type: Nano Express

    The properties of films of organic-inorganic perovskites CH3NH3PbI2.98Cl0.02 depending on the ratio of starting reagents in solutions (PbI2:{CH3NH3I + CH3NH3Cl}) has been investigated. It was found that the forma...

    Authors: Anatolii Belous, Sofiia Kobylianska, Oleg V’yunov, Pavlo Torchyniuk, Volodymyr Yukhymchuk and Oleksandr Hreshchuk

    Citation: Nanoscale Research Letters 2019 14:4

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  4. Content type: Nano Express

    We report a new method as UV treatment of low-temperature processed to obtain tin oxide (SnO2) electron transport layers (ETLs). The results show that the high quality of ETLs can be produced by controlling the t...

    Authors: Fumin Li, Mengqi Xu, Xingping Ma, Liang Shen, Liangxin Zhu, Yujuan Weng, Gentian Yue, Furui Tan and Chong Chen

    Citation: Nanoscale Research Letters 2018 13:216

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