Showcasing perovskite nanomaterials research from the As featured in: Department of Electrical & Electronic Engineering, South University of Science and Technology of China, Volume 10 Number 21 7 June 2018 Pages 9799–10298 Shenzhen, China. Nanoscale Phonon mode transformation in size-evolved rsc.li/nanoscale solution-processed inorganic lead halide perovskite Inorganic lead halide perovskites have been very hot and new optoelectronic materials in recent years. The crystal structure and the phase transition in the materials are fundamentally important. The phonon mode transition from nano-cube to micro-cube could identify the corresponding crystal structure change. The ISSN 2040-3372 solution-processed colloidal synthesis method and phonon PAPER Dazhi Wang et al. Nanoscale coaxial focused electrohydrodynamic jet printing mode transformation from nano-cube to micro-cube prove that pure inorganic lead halide perovskite is an ideal platform See Xinhai Zhang et al. , Nanoscale , for fundamental optoelectronic studies and the investigation of 2018, 10 , 9892. functional devices. rsc.li/nanoscale Registered charity number: 207890
Nanoscale – Royal Society of Chemistry
Published: May 31, 2018
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