|Title:||Incorporation of zinc ions towards low toxicity and high stability of organic-inorganic methyl ammonium lead bromide perovskite QDs via ultrasonication route for white-LEDs||Authors:||Singh R.K
|Issue Date:||2021||Journal Volume:||337||Source:||Journal of Molecular Liquids||Abstract:||
B-site substitution perovskite quantum dots (PQDs) with amended stability and less toxicity have been acquainted in recent years. However, the PQDs comprising various B-site cations display low photoluminescence quantum yields (PLQYs), instability, and require skimpy synthesis procedure. Herein, we have endeavored to introduce ultrasonication synthesis of MAPb1-xZnxBr3 PQDs as an auspicious route to stable PQDs with enhanced PLQY. The successful synthesis of PQDs resulted in a high PLQY (>93%), which is supposed to be owing to the decrease in non-radiative recombination centers. Furthermore, we have found that the structure, morphology, and emission properties are secured with the substitution of Zn2+. The PQDs have been integrated as color converting layers coated on blue light emitting diode (LED) chips, which exhibit white light with the wide color gamut of National Television Standards Committee (NTSC) 124%. The present research reveals a new synthesis route to obtain stable and efficient PQDs without negotiating color quality for display application. ? 2021 Elsevier B.V.
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