Stable Formamidinium‐Based Centimeter Long Two‐Dimensional Lead Halide Perovskite Single‐Crystal for Long‐Live Optoelectronic Applications

Rajesh Kumar Ulaganathan, Raghavan Chinnambedu Murugesan, Chang‐Yu Lin, Ambika Subramanian, Wei‐Liang Chen, Yu‐Ming Chang, Alex Rozhin, Raman Sankar

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Abstract

Solution-processable 2D metal-halide perovskites are highly promising for cost-effective optoelectronic applications due to their intrinsic multiquantum well structure. However, the lack of stability is still a major obstacle in the use of this class of materials in practical devices. Here, the authors demonstrate the stable optoelectronic properties using formamidinium (FA)-based centimeter-long 2D perovskite (BA)2FAPb2I7 high-quality single-crystal controlled by the thickness of two perovskite layers. The large area single-crystal exhibits good crystallinity, phase purity, and spectral uniformity. Moreover, the (BA)2FAPb2I7 single-crystal shows excellent stability at open atmospheric conditions when compared to methylammonium (MA)-based (BA)2MAPb2I7 counterparts. The photodetectors fabricated using 2D perovskite single-crystal on the rigid Si/SiO2 substrate reveal high photoresponsivity (Rλ)(≈5 A W−1), the fast response time (<20 ms), specific detectivity (D*) (≈3.5 × 1011 Jones), and excellent durability under 488 nm laser illumination. The Rλ and D* values are obtained from the (BA)2FAPb2I7 single-crystal 25 times and three orders magnitudes, respectively, higher than the (BA)2MAPb2I7 single-crystal. Additionally, the perovskite material on flexible polymer substrate reveals good photo-sensing properties in both bending and nonbending states.

Original languageEnglish
Article number2112277
JournalAdvanced Functional Materials
Volume2021
Number of pages10
ISSN1616-301X
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 2021

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