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Publication Type : Journal Article
Publisher : Elsevier
Source : Materials Letters, Elsevier, Volume 263, p.127200 (2020)
Campus : Coimbatore
School : Center for Industrial Research and Innovation
Year : 2020
Abstract : Recently reported double perovskites (DPs), Cs4CuSb2Cl12 has led to the development of a new lead free perovskite. It is 1 eV band gap material. The perovskite microcrystals were synthesized via liquid phase method. This was investigated as active solar energy materials for visible-light photodetector. The microcrystalline device was made in a single-step printable Cs4CuSb2Cl12/carbon materials composite paste. 10 wt% active material composite was found to be the best candidate for the highest responsivity, 10-3 A/W and detectivity, 108J. One-step printing of the composite paste can be used for cost effective photodetector applications.
Cite this Research Publication : P. M. Jayasankar, Pathak, A. Kumar, Madhusudanan, S. P., Murali, S., and Sudip Kumar Batabyal, “Double perovskite Cs4CuSb2Cl12 microcrystalline device for cost effective photodetector applications”, Materials Letters, vol. 263, p. 127200, 2020.