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Role of the crystallization substrate on the photoluminescence properties of organo-lead mixed halides perovskites
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We have fabricated CH3NH3PbI3−xClx perovskite thin films crystallized in situ on substrates of different natures (e.g., porosity, wettability) and investigated their photoluminescence properties. We observe that the crystallization time and thin film structure are strongly influenced by the chemical nature and porosity of the substrate. Moreover, we find that the mesoporous scaffold can tune the emissive properties of the semiconducting compound both in terms of spectral region and dynamics. In particular, perovskite crystallites grown in the nanometre size porous scaffold present a shorter-living and blue-shifted emission with respect to the perovskite crystals which are free to grow without any constraints.
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