Structural diversity in layered hybrid perovskites, A2PbBr4 or AA′PbBr4, templated by small disc-shaped amines
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We present three new hybrid layered lead(II) bromide perovskites of generic composition A2PbBr4 or AA′PbBr4, which exhibit three distinct structure types. [TzH]2PbBr4, ([TzH+]= 1,2,4-triazolium), adopts a (001)-oriented layer structure, [AaH]2PbBr4, ([AaH+] =acetamidinium), adopts a (110)-oriented type, whereas [ImH][TzH]PbBr4, ([ImH+] =imidazolium),adopts a rare (110)-oriented structure with enhanced corrugation (i.e. ‘3 ×3’ type). The crystal structures of each are discussed in terms of the differing natureof the templating molecular species. Photoluminescent spectra for each are reported and the behaviours discussed in relation to the different structure of each composition.
Guo , Y-Y , Yang , L-J , Biberger , S , McNulty , J A , Li , T , Schotz , K , Panzer , F & Lightfoot , P 2020 , ' Structural diversity in layered hybrid perovskites, A 2 PbBr 4 or AA′PbBr 4 , templated by small disc-shaped amines ' , Inorganic Chemistry , vol. 59 , no. 17 , pp. 12858-12866 . https://doi.org/10.1021/acs.inorgchem.0c01807
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DescriptionY.-Y.G. and T.L. acknowledge the University of St Andrews and China Scholarship Council for funding of studentships (201603780005) and (201606280032), respectively. J.A.M. and P.L. acknowledge financial support from the Leverhulme trust (RPG-2018-065). S.B., K.S. and F.P. acknowledge financial support from the German National Science Foundation via the Projects 423895689, KO 3973/2-1 and PA 3373/3-1 and further acknowledge support by the Bavarian State Ministry of Science, Research, and the Arts for the Collaborative Research Network ‘‘Solar Technologies go Hybrid’’.
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