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Anti-Stokes photoluminescence study on a methylammonium lead bromide nanoparticle film

Anna Jancik Prochazkova, Felix Mayr, Katarina Gugujonovic, Bekele Hailegnaw, Jozef Krajcovic, Yolanda Salinas, Oliver Brüggemann, Niyazi Serdar Sariciftci, Markus C. Scharber

Originální název

Anti-Stokes photoluminescence study on a methylammonium lead bromide nanoparticle film

Anglický název

Anti-Stokes photoluminescence study on a methylammonium lead bromide nanoparticle film

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en

Originální abstrakt

Photon coolingviaanti-Stokes photoluminescence (ASPL) is a promising approach to realize all-solid-state cryo-refrigeration by photoexcitation. Photoluminescence quantum yields close to 100% and a strong coupling between phonons and excited states are required to achieve net cooling. We have studied the anti-Stokes photoluminescence of thin films of methylammonium lead bromide nanoparticles. We found that the anti-Stokes photoluminescence is thermally activated with an activation energy of similar to 80 meV. At room temperature the ASPL up-conversion efficiency is similar to 60% and it depends linearly on the excitation intensity. Our results suggest that upon further optimization of their optical properties, the investigated particles could be promising candidates for the demonstration of photon cooling in thin solid films.

Anglický abstrakt

Photon coolingviaanti-Stokes photoluminescence (ASPL) is a promising approach to realize all-solid-state cryo-refrigeration by photoexcitation. Photoluminescence quantum yields close to 100% and a strong coupling between phonons and excited states are required to achieve net cooling. We have studied the anti-Stokes photoluminescence of thin films of methylammonium lead bromide nanoparticles. We found that the anti-Stokes photoluminescence is thermally activated with an activation energy of similar to 80 meV. At room temperature the ASPL up-conversion efficiency is similar to 60% and it depends linearly on the excitation intensity. Our results suggest that upon further optimization of their optical properties, the investigated particles could be promising candidates for the demonstration of photon cooling in thin solid films.

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@article{BUT165686,
  author="Anna {Jančík Procházková} and Jozef {Krajčovič}",
  title="Anti-Stokes photoluminescence study on a methylammonium lead bromide nanoparticle film",
  annote="Photon coolingviaanti-Stokes photoluminescence (ASPL) is a promising approach to realize all-solid-state cryo-refrigeration by photoexcitation. Photoluminescence quantum yields close to 100% and a strong coupling between phonons and excited states are required to achieve net cooling. We have studied the anti-Stokes photoluminescence of thin films of methylammonium lead bromide nanoparticles. We found that the anti-Stokes photoluminescence is thermally activated with an activation energy of similar to 80 meV. At room temperature the ASPL up-conversion efficiency is similar to 60% and it depends linearly on the excitation intensity. Our results suggest that upon further optimization of their optical properties, the investigated particles could be promising candidates for the demonstration of photon cooling in thin solid films.",
  address="ROYAL SOC CHEMISTRY",
  chapter="165686",
  doi="10.1039/d0nr04545d",
  howpublished="online",
  institution="ROYAL SOC CHEMISTRY",
  number="31",
  volume="12",
  year="2020",
  month="july",
  pages="16556--16561",
  publisher="ROYAL SOC CHEMISTRY",
  type="journal article in Web of Science"
}