Record photoluminescence lifetimes and quantum yield in hybrid perovskite thin films

Writing in the new journal ACS Energy Letters, Ginger Lab Ph.D. students Dane deQuilettes, and Mark Ziffer, along with visiting student Susanne Koch, undergraduates Sven Burke, and A.J. Shropshire, and NMR facility manager Rajan Paranji describe using surfactants to passivate surface states in hybrid perovskite thin films, obtaining the longest photoluminescence lifetimes and highest photoluminescence quantum efficiencies to date in hybrid perovskite thin films.


Thanks to the ACS Energy Letters publication and editorial team for a fast turn-around on a paper in this fast-moving field!