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J Phys Chem Lett ; 9(23): 6676-6682, 2018 Dec 06.
Artigo em Inglês | MEDLINE | ID: mdl-30398890


Despite their weak nature, van der Waals (vdW) interactions have been shown to effectively control the optoelectronic and vibrational properties of layered materials. However, how vdW effects exist in Ruddlesden-Popper layered halide perovskites remains unclear. Here we reveal the role of interlayer vdW force in Ruddlesden-Popper perovskite in regulating phase-transition kinetics and carrier dynamics based on high-quality epitaxial single-crystalline (C4H9NH3)2PbI4 flakes with controlled dimensions. Both substrate-perovskite epitaxial interaction and interlayer vdW interaction play significant roles in suppressing the structural phase transition. With reducing flake thickness from ∼100 to ∼20 nm, electron-phonon coupling strength decreases by ∼30%, suggesting the ineffectiveness of phonon confinement of the natural quantum wells. Therefore, the conventional understanding that vdW perovskite is equivalent to a multiple quantum well has to be substantially amended due to significant nonlocal phononic effects in the layered crystal, where intralayer interaction is not drastically different from the interlayer force.

ACS Nano ; 11(3): 3355-3364, 2017 03 28.
Artigo em Inglês | MEDLINE | ID: mdl-28245110


Epitaxial III-V semiconductor heterostructures are key components in modern microelectronics, electro-optics, and optoelectronics. With superior semiconducting properties, halide perovskite materials are rising as promising candidates for coherent heterostructure devices. In this report, spinodal decomposition is proposed and experimentally implemented to produce epitaxial double heterostructures in halide perovskite system. Pristine epitaxial mixed halide perovskites rods and films were synthesized via van der Waals epitaxy by chemical vapor deposition method. At room temperature, photon was applied as a knob to regulate the kinetics of spinodal decomposition and classic coarsening. By this approach, halide perovskite double heterostructures were created carrying epitaxial interfaces and outstanding optical properties. Reduced Fröhlich electron-phonon coupling was discovered in coherent halide double heterostructure, which is hypothetically attributed to the classic phonon confinement effect widely existing in III-V double heterostructures. As a proof-of-concept, our results suggest that halide perovskite-based epitaxial heterostructures may be promising for high-performance and low-cost optoelectronics, electro-optics, and microelectronics. Thus, ultimately, for practical device applications, it may be worthy to pursue these heterostructures via conventional vapor phase epitaxy approaches widely practised in III-V field.