Gautier, R., Paris, M. & Massuyeau, F. (2020) Hydrogen Bonding and Broad-Band Emission in Hybrid Zinc Halide Phosphors. Inorg. Chem. 59 2626–2630.
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|Type de référence: Article
Numéro d'identification (ISBN etc.): 0020-1669
Clé BibTeX: Gautier2020
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|Catégories: IMN, MIOPS
Mots-clés: crystal-structures, Luminescence, perovskites
Créateurs: Gautier, Massuyeau, Paris
Collection: Inorg. Chem.
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In solid-state lighting (SSL) applications, hybrid zinc halide phosphors are a promising family because they meet specific criteria such as high color rendering, low cost, and nontoxicity. However, contrary to hybrid lead halide phosphors, their quantum efficiencies are low and the origin of this luminescence remains unclear. To unravel this origin and provide new insights into enhancement of this emission, four hybrid zinc halides have been investigated. These four compounds exhibit similar crystal structures but different photoluminescence properties. We show that photoemission requires the formation of V-k centers, which can be promoted by specific hydrogen bonding. We anticipate that the selection of a specific environment for the zinc halide units could lead to a promising family of low-cost and environmentally friendly phosphors for SSL.