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Title: Pressure-Driven Transformation of CsPbBrI2 Nanoparticles into Stable Nanosheets in Solution through Self-Assembly
Authors: Ji, Y.
Wang, M.
Yang, Z.
Qiu, H.
Kou, S.
Amin Padhiar, M.
Saleem Bhatti, A.
Gaponenko, N. V.
Keywords: публикации ученых;perovskite nanosheets;perovskite nanocrystals
Issue Date: 2020
Publisher: ACS Publications
Citation: Pressure-Driven Transformation of CsPbBrI2 Nanoparticles into Stable Nanosheets in Solution through Self-Assembly / Yongqiang Ji [et. al.] // The Journal of Physical Chemistry Letters. – 2020. – Vol. 11, № 22. – P. 1–7. – DOI:
Abstract: Very recently, two-dimensional (2D) perovskite nanosheets (PNSs), taking the advantages of perovskite as well as the 2D structure properties, have received an enormous level of interest throughout the scientific community. In spite of this incredible success in perovskite nanocrystals (NCs), self-assembly of many nanostructures in metal halide perovskites has not yet been realized, and producing highly efficient red-emitting PNSs remains challenging. In this Letter, we show that by using CsPbBrI2 perovskite nanoparticles (NPs) as a building block, PNSs can emerge spontaneously under high ambient pressure via template-free self-assembly without additional complicated operation. It is found that the formation of PNSs is ascribed to the high pressure that provides the driving force for the alignment of NPs in solution. Because of the disappearance of the grain boundaries between the adjacent NPs and increased crystallinity, these PNSs self-assembled from NPs exhibit enhanced properties compared to the initial NPs, including higher PL intensity and remarkable chemical stability toward light and water.
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