CuX-bsed AIO-type hybrid luminescent materials incorporating ionic and coordinate bonds
Copper halide (CuX) based inorganic-organic hybrid luminescent materials (HLMs) have distinct advantages including low-cost, non-toxicity, high stability, strong luminescence (IQY: ~98% @ 365 nm excitation and ~76% @ 450 nm excitation) and systematic tunability. They are excellent candidates for use as lighting phosphors that are totally free of rare-earth elements (REEs). However, the major limitation is the poor solution processability.
Researchers at Rutgers University have recently developed a novel class of copper iodide based HLMs, named as all-in-one (AIO) structures, CumXm+n(L)n, with all the advantages mentioned above. More significantly, they possess excellent solution processability as a result of incorporating both ionic and coordinate bonds within the structure. They are promising for use as REE-free phosphors in conjunction with the blue chips as in in the current commercial white light-emitting diodes (WLEDs). In addition, they show substantial potential for use as active emissive layers (EMLs) in LED devices.
- Clean and/or renewable energy devices:
- Solid-state lighting, LEDs
- X-ray Detectors
- low toxicity
- Excellent structural stability
- High solution processability
- Emit light of different colors with high luminescence quantum efficiency
- Strong blue-light excitability
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