Centimeter-Scale Violet Light Emitting Diode with Two-Dimensional BA2PbBr4 Perovskite Emitter

Kien Wen Sun*

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Abstract

Two-dimensional (2D) perovskite light emitting diodes (LEDs) with violet emission were demonstrated with areal sizes in the centimeter scale. High-quality and uniform 2D BA2PbBr4 thin film was synthesized via combined thermal evaporation, spin-coating, and anti-solvent techniques. The perovskite film was authenticated by X-ray diffraction, scanning electron microscopy, and atomic force microscopy and exhibited high in crystallinity and morphology. The absorption spectrum fitted using Tauc plot revealed a bandgap of ∼3.0 eV, which agrees well with the photoluminescence spectrum. A p-i-n diode structure with a BA2PbBr4 active area of ∼2 cm2 was fabricated using LiF, TmPyPb, and PEDOT:PSS as the electron injection, electron, and hole transport layers, respectively. The device displayed a diode behavior with a turn-on voltage at 1.75 V and a saturation current of 65 mA cm−2. The electroluminescence of LEDs was centered at ∼406 nm with full width at half maximum of 13.6 nm, a color purity of 83.9%, and CIE coordinates of (0.18, 0.07). The optimum external quantum efficiency and luminance of 0.083% and 112 cd m−2 were achieved at current density of 59 mA cm−2. To our best knowledge, this investigation first realized 2D BA2PbBr4 perovskite LEDs with the shortest emission wavelength and high color purity in violet.

Original languageEnglish
Article number065501
JournalJournal of the Electrochemical Society
Volume170
Issue number6
DOIs
StatePublished - 1 Jun 2023

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