Atomically thin sheets of lead-free one-dimensional hybrid perovskites feature tunable white-light emission from self-trapped excitons

P. Klement, N. Dehnhardt, C.-D. Dong, F. Dobener, S. Bayliff, J. Winkler, D.M. Hofmann, P.J. Klar, S. Schumacher, S. Chatterjee, J. Heine, ArXiv:2012.02488 (2020).

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Low-dimensional organic-inorganic perovskites synergize the virtues of two unique classes of materials featuring intriguing possibilities for next-generation optoelectronics: they offer tailorable building blocks for atomically thin, layered materials while providing the enhanced light harvesting and emitting capabilities of hybrid perovskites. Here, we go beyond the paradigm that atomically thin materials require in-plane covalent bonding and report single layers of the one-dimensional organic-inorganic perovskite [C$_7$H$_{10}$N]$_3$[BiCl$_5$]Cl. Its unique 1D-2D structure enables single layers and the formation of self-trapped excitons which show white light emission. The thickness dependence of the exciton self-trapping causes an extremely strong shift of the emission energy. Thus, such two-dimensional perovskites demonstrate that already 1D covalent interactions suffice to realize atomically thin materials and provide access to unique exciton physics. These findings enable a much more general construction principle for tailoring and identifying two-dimensional materials that are no longer limited to covalently bonded 2D sheets.
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Klement P, Dehnhardt N, Dong C-D, et al. Atomically thin sheets of lead-free one-dimensional hybrid perovskites  feature tunable white-light emission from self-trapped excitons. arXiv:201202488. 2020.
Klement, P., Dehnhardt, N., Dong, C.-D., Dobener, F., Bayliff, S., Winkler, J., … Heine, J. (2020). Atomically thin sheets of lead-free one-dimensional hybrid perovskites  feature tunable white-light emission from self-trapped excitons. ArXiv:2012.02488.
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Klement, Philip, Natalie Dehnhardt, Chuan-Ding Dong, Florian Dobener, Samuel Bayliff, Julius Winkler, Detlev M. Hofmann, et al. “Atomically Thin Sheets of Lead-Free One-Dimensional Hybrid Perovskites  Feature Tunable White-Light Emission from Self-Trapped Excitons.” ArXiv:2012.02488, 2020.
P. Klement et al., “Atomically thin sheets of lead-free one-dimensional hybrid perovskites  feature tunable white-light emission from self-trapped excitons,” arXiv:2012.02488. 2020.
Klement, Philip, et al. “Atomically Thin Sheets of Lead-Free One-Dimensional Hybrid Perovskites  Feature Tunable White-Light Emission from Self-Trapped Excitons.” ArXiv:2012.02488, 2020.

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