|Title:||Stretchable and Ambient Stable Perovskite/Polymer Luminous Hybrid Nanofibers of Multicolor Fiber Mats and Their White LED Applications||Authors:||Ercan, Ender
Tsai, Ping Chun
Chen, Jung Yao
Lam, Jeun Yen
Hsu, Li Che
|Keywords:||hybrid | luminescence | nanofibers | perovskite | stretchable fibers | white LED||Issue Date:||3-Jul-2019||Publisher:||AMER CHEMICAL SOC||Journal Volume:||11||Journal Issue:||26||Start page/Pages:||23605||Source:||ACS Applied Materials and Interfaces||Abstract:||
© 2019 American Chemical Society. We report the fabrication and optical/mechanical properties of perovskite/thermoplastic polyurethane (TPU)-based multicolor luminescent core-shell nanofibers and their large-scale fiber mats. One-step coaxial perovskite/TPU nanofibers had a high photoluminescence quantum yield value exceeding 23.3%, surpassing that of its uniaxial counterpart, due to the homogeneous distribution of perovskite nanoparticles (NPs) by the confinement of the TPU shell. The fabricated core-shell nanofibers exhibited a high mechanical endurance owing to the well elastic properties of TPU and maintained the luminescence intensity even under a 100% stretched state after 1000 stretching-relaxing cycles. By taking advantage of the hydrophobic nature of TPU, the ambient and moisture stability of the fabricated fibers were enhanced up to 1 month. Besides, large-area stretchable nanofibers with a dimension of 15 cm × 30 cm exhibiting various visible-light emission peaks were fabricated by changing the composition of perovskite NPs. Moreover, a large-scale luminescent and stretchable fiber mat was successfully fabricated by electrospinning. Furthermore, the white-light emission from the fabricated fibers and mats was achieved by incorporating orange-light-emitting poly[2-methoxy-5-(2-ethylhexyloxy)-1,4-phenylenevinylene] into the TPU shell and coupling the turquoise blue-light-emitting perovskite NPs in the core site. Finally, the integrity of the perovskite-based TPU fibers was realized by fabricating a light-emitting diode (LED) device containing the orange-light-emitting fibers embedded in the polyfluorene emissive layer. This work demonstrated an effective way to prepare stable and stretchable luminous nanofibers and the integration of such nanofibers into LED devices, which could facilitate the future development of wearable electronic devices.
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