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Low-Dimensional Hybrid Perovskites Containing an Organic Cation with an Extended Conjugated System: Tuning the Excitonic Absorption Features

(2019) CHEMNANOMAT. 5(3). p.323-327
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Low-dimensional hybrid perovskites are receiving increased attention. One of the advantages of the low-dimensional hybrids over their 3D counterparts is their greater structural flexibility towards the incorporation of bigger, more complex, organic cations. In this communication, we introduce a pyrene derivative as an organic cation containing an extended pi-system for use in a variety of low-dimensional hybrids. We show that materials with different excitonic absorption features can be obtained by tuning the iodide/lead ratio in the precursor solutions, using the same pyrene cation. In this way, hybrids with optical characteristics corresponding to 2D, 1D and 0D hybrid perovskites are obtained. The formation and thermal stability of the different hybrids is analysed and compared.

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Van Gompel, Wouter T. M., et al. “Low-Dimensional Hybrid Perovskites Containing an Organic Cation with an Extended Conjugated System: Tuning the Excitonic Absorption Features.” CHEMNANOMAT, vol. 5, no. 3, 2019, pp. 323–27.
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Van Gompel, W. T. M., Herckens, R., Van Hecke, K., Ruttens, B., D’Haen, J., Lutsen, L., & Vanderzande, D. (2019). Low-Dimensional Hybrid Perovskites Containing an Organic Cation with an Extended Conjugated System: Tuning the Excitonic Absorption Features. CHEMNANOMAT, 5(3), 323–327.
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Van Gompel, Wouter T. M., Roald Herckens, Kristof Van Hecke, Bart Ruttens, Jan D’Haen, Laurence Lutsen, and Dirk Vanderzande. 2019. “Low-Dimensional Hybrid Perovskites Containing an Organic Cation with an Extended Conjugated System: Tuning the Excitonic Absorption Features.” CHEMNANOMAT 5 (3): 323–27.
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Van Gompel, Wouter T. M., Roald Herckens, Kristof Van Hecke, Bart Ruttens, Jan D’Haen, Laurence Lutsen, and Dirk Vanderzande. 2019. “Low-Dimensional Hybrid Perovskites Containing an Organic Cation with an Extended Conjugated System: Tuning the Excitonic Absorption Features.” CHEMNANOMAT 5 (3): 323–327.
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Van Gompel WTM, Herckens R, Van Hecke K, Ruttens B, D’Haen J, Lutsen L, et al. Low-Dimensional Hybrid Perovskites Containing an Organic Cation with an Extended Conjugated System: Tuning the Excitonic Absorption Features. CHEMNANOMAT. 2019;5(3):323–7.
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W. T. M. Van Gompel et al., “Low-Dimensional Hybrid Perovskites Containing an Organic Cation with an Extended Conjugated System: Tuning the Excitonic Absorption Features,” CHEMNANOMAT, vol. 5, no. 3, pp. 323–327, 2019.
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  abstract     = {Low-dimensional hybrid perovskites are receiving increased attention. One of the advantages of the low-dimensional hybrids over their 3D counterparts is their greater structural flexibility towards the incorporation of bigger, more complex, organic cations. In this communication, we introduce a pyrene derivative as an organic cation containing an extended pi-system for use in a variety of low-dimensional hybrids. We show that materials with different excitonic absorption features can be obtained by tuning the iodide/lead ratio in the precursor solutions, using the same pyrene cation. In this way, hybrids with optical characteristics corresponding to 2D, 1D and 0D hybrid perovskites are obtained. The formation and thermal stability of the different hybrids is analysed and compared.},
  author       = {Van Gompel, Wouter T. M. and Herckens, Roald and Van Hecke, Kristof and Ruttens, Bart and D'Haen, Jan and Lutsen, Laurence and Vanderzande, Dirk},
  issn         = {2199-692X},
  journal      = {CHEMNANOMAT},
  number       = {3},
  pages        = {323--327},
  title        = {Low-Dimensional Hybrid Perovskites Containing an Organic Cation with an Extended Conjugated System: Tuning the Excitonic Absorption Features},
  url          = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1002/cnma.201800561},
  volume       = {5},
  year         = {2019},
}

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