Clearly Discriminate the Continuum Band and Exciton State of the Hybrid Lead Bromide Perovskite

28 Jun 2019  ·  Shi Jiangjian, Li Yiming, Wu Jionghua, Wu Huijue, Luo Yanhong, Li Dongmei, Jasieniak Jacek J., Meng Qingbo ·

Electronic states of the hybrid perovskite enable their promising applications as distinctive optoelectronic materials. The understanding of their electronic structures and charge characters remains highly controversial... The electronic mechanism such as reabsorption, Urbach tail and indirect band for interpreting dual-peak emissions is one of the controversial focuses. Herein, we report that through heterojunction enhanced exciton dissociation and global tracing of multiple radiative electronic states across wide temperature regions, we have succeeded in directly observing free carrier emissions from the hybrid lead bromide perovskite and clearly discriminating the direct continuum band and exciton states. The widely-concerned dual-peak emissions are clarified to be excitonic, arising from two types of exciton states of the perovskite. These excitons possess giant binding energies and superior phase stability compared to conventional inorganic semiconductors, providing important implications for exploiting the excitonic mechanism for realizing novel optoelectronic applications. read more

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