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      High-performance perovskite photodetectors based on CH 3NH 3PbBr 3 quantum dot/TiO 2 heterojunction

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          Organo-lead halide perovskite materials have opened up a great opportunity to develop high performance photodetectors because of their superior optoelectronic properties. The main issue with perovskite-only photodetector is severe carrier recombination. Integration of perovskite with high-conductive materials such as graphene or transition metal sulfides certainly improved the photoresponsivity. However, achieving high overall performance remains a challenge. Here, an improved photodetector is constructed by perovskite quantum dots (QDs) and atomic layer deposited ultrathin TiO 2 films. The designed CH 3NH 3PbBr 3 QD/TiO 2 bilayer device displays inclusive performance with on/off ratio of 6.3 × 10 2, responsivity of 85 A W −1, and rise/decay time of 0.09/0.11 s. Furthermore, we demonstrate that interface plays a crucial role in determining the device current and enhance the overall performance of heterostructure photodetector through interface engineering. We believe that this work can provide a strategy to accelerate development of high-performance solution-processed perovskite photodetectors.

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            Solution-processed hybrid perovskite photodetectors with high detectivity.

            Photodetectors capture optical signals with a wide range of incident photon flux density and convert them to electrical signals instantaneously. They have many important applications including imaging, optical communication, remote control, chemical/biological sensing and so on. Currently, GaN, Si and InGaAs photodetectors are used in commercially available products. Here we demonstrate a novel solution-processed photodetector based on an organic-inorganic hybrid perovskite material. Operating at room temperature, the photodetectors exhibit a large detectivity (the ability to detect weak signals) approaching 10(14) Jones, a linear dynamic range over 100 decibels (dB) and a fast photoresponse with 3-dB bandwidth up to 3 MHz. The performance is significantly better than most of the organic, quantum dot and hybrid photodetectors reported so far; and is comparable, or even better than, the traditional inorganic semiconductor-based photodetectors. Our results indicate that with proper device interface design, perovskite materials are promising candidates for low-cost, high-performance photodetectors.
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              Towards stable and commercially available perovskite solar cells

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                Contributors
                Journal
                Nanotechnology
                Nanotechnology
                IOP Publishing
                0957-4484
                1361-6528
                December 01 2020
                February 19 2021
                December 01 2020
                February 19 2021
                : 32
                : 8
                : 085201
                Article
                10.1088/1361-6528/abc8b2
                105f3a4a-5011-421c-9d89-384b08f7ed51
                © 2021

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