A Promising Beginning for Perovskite Nanocrystals: A Nano Letters Virtual Issue
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NAVAL RESEARCH LAB WASHINGTON DC WASHINGTON United States
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The recent success of metal halide perovskites in solar cells has generated a frenzy of research centered on these once overlooked semiconductors. A pair of key questions naturally arise how will the nanocrystal version of these materials behave, and what can we do with them Since the 1980s, the synthetic achievement of nanocrystals with defined shape, size, and surface chemistry has enabled new optoelectronic properties for a variety of applications, including displays, solar cells, photodetectors, single-photon sources, and fluorescence imaging.