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Themed collection Electronic Properties and Characterisation of Perovskites

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Halide perovskites for resistive random-access memories

Halide-perovskites-based resistive random-access memory (ReRAM) devices are emerging as a new class of revolutionary data storage devices because the switching material—halide perovskite—has received considerable attention in recent years owing to its unique and exotic electrical, optical, and structural properties.

Graphical abstract: Halide perovskites for resistive random-access memories
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Sodium citrate modified-PEDOT:PSS hole transporting layer for performance enhancement of inverted planar perovskite solar cells

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Amine additive reactions induced by the soft Lewis acidity of Pb2+ in halide perovskites. Part I: evidence for Pb–alkylamide formation

Simple aliphatic amine additives are shown to react with PbI2 in perovskite inks to form amido Pb and alkylammonium species.

Graphical abstract: Amine additive reactions induced by the soft Lewis acidity of Pb2+ in halide perovskites. Part I: evidence for Pb–alkylamide formation
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Amine additive reactions induced by the soft Lewis acidity of Pb2+ in halide perovskites. Part II: impacts of amido Pb impurities in methylammonium lead triiodide thin films

The beneficial and detrimental effects of amido Pb impurities incorporated in methylammonium lead triiodide thin films are characterized by photoemission spectroscopy.

Graphical abstract: Amine additive reactions induced by the soft Lewis acidity of Pb2+ in halide perovskites. Part II: impacts of amido Pb impurities in methylammonium lead triiodide thin films
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Low cost triazatruxene hole transporting material for >20% efficiency perovskite solar cells

Organic hole-transporting materials (HTM) have shown excellent ability in achieving high efficiency perovskite solar cells.

Graphical abstract: Low cost triazatruxene hole transporting material for >20% efficiency perovskite solar cells
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Guest Edited by Derya Baran, King Abdullah University of Science and Technology, KAUST, Chittaranjan Das, Institute for Applied Materials at Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, KIT, Malgorzata Kot, Brandenburg University of Technology Cottbus – Senftenberg, and Michael Saliba, Adolphe Merkle Institute, University of Fribourg.

This themed issue on ‘Electronic Properties and Characterisation of Perovskites’ will showcase work across all aspects of the electronic properties and characterisation of perovskite materials and devices. Submissions can be theoretical and/or experimental studies that focus on the preparation or understanding of materials for perovskite solar cells. The novelty and advance in submitted work should focus on the properties, characterisation or applications of the materials produced, or on the chemistry used to produce the materials.

Moreover, the scope of this issue will align with an accompanying Symposium at the 2018 Fall E-MRS meeting: Symposium C: Perovskite solar cells: surface, interface and materials aspects, which was held at the Warsaw University of Technology, from 17-20 September 2018.


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