3), is the acceleration of radiative recombination due to switch from individual to collective emission. 3e), ASE lifetimes of 60 ps were estimated, again with clean, single-exponent line shape.At the ASE threshold, an ASE lifetime of 300 ps can be roughly estimated from a bi-exponential fit assuming competing ASE and PL processes.This red-shifted ASE may have its origins in re-absorbance during single-exciton lasing for all other compositions (Supplementary Fig. Notably, the ASE linewidth increases for samples with a lower ASE threshold suggesting that a larger portion of the emission falls within the optical gain conditions, enlarging the optical gain bandwidth.
Precise and continuous tuning of bandgap energies over the entire visible spectral region is achievable foremost via compositional control (mixed halide Cl/Br and Br/I systems), but also through quantum-size effects.
Cs Pb X NCs are readily miscible with other optoelectronic materials (polymers, fullerenes and other nanomaterials) and feature surface-capping ligands for further adjustments of the electronic and optical properties, and solubility in various media. In comparison, common metal chalcogenide colloidal quantum dots such as Cd Se NCs need to be extremely small (≤5 nm) to emit in the blue–green, and as-synthesized they exhibit rather low PL QYs of ≤5% due to mid-gap trap states.
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Metal halide semiconductors with perovskite crystal structures have recently emerged as highly promising optoelectronic materials.
We find that room-temperature optical amplification can be obtained in the entire visible spectral range (440–700 nm) with low pump thresholds down to 5±1 μJ cm Recent years have seen multiple reports demonstrating outstanding optoelectronic characteristics of metal halide semiconductors with perovskite crystal structures, in the form of thin films, microcrystals and bulk single crystals (where MA=methyl ammonium and X=Cl, Br or I, or mixed Cl/Br and Br/I systems) have shown great potential as both light-absorbing and light-emitting direct-bandgap solution-deposited semiconductors.
As absorber layers, MAPb X NCs exhibit bright emission with PL quantum yields (QYs) reaching 90% and narrow emission linewidths of 70–100 me V (12–40 nm, for PL peaks from 410 to 700 nm, correspondingly).
4 presenting ASE/PL on a logarithmic scale in a wider range of pumping intensities).
ASE is spectrally different from PL emission; it has a narrower bandwidth of 4–9 nm (full width at half maximum, FWHM; see Supplementary Fig.
100 me V, high PL QYs of up 90% and high photochemical stability have been achieved for Cd-chalcogenide NCs as the result of two decades of research efforts to precisely engineer core-shell morphologies with independent control of the core and shell compositions and thicknesses (for example, Cd Se. These NCs readily form uniform, compact films of sub-micron thickness on drop-casting onto a glass substrate.