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Abstract: Recently, cesium lead bromide perovskite glass has been recognized as a potential material to fabricate green light emission devices because of their high stability and excellent optical performance. However, the low photoluminescence efficiency and poor color purity ( < Show more

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“…Therefore, the Cs 4 PbBr 6 QDs were densely grown in the uppermost layers of the whole glass ceramic, which actually is a process of self-crystallization. 23 Of notice, in the process of rapid cooling, the energy barrier for nucleation will be further reduced due to the appearance of defects, and it evidently favors the growth of the Cs 4 PbBr 6 QDs.…”
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“…Therefore, the Cs 4 PbBr 6 QDs were densely grown in the uppermost layers of the whole glass ceramic, which actually is a process of self-crystallization. 23 Of notice, in the process of rapid cooling, the energy barrier for nucleation will be further reduced due to the appearance of defects, and it evidently favors the growth of the Cs 4 PbBr 6 QDs.…”
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“…When the two gases volatilize from the glass, the free Cs + , Pb 2+ , and Br – in the glass matrix will be carried to the outermost layer of the molten glass, and when the molten glass is cooled rapidly, Cs 4 PbBr 6 crystal nuclei will be first formed on the glass surface. Therefore, the Cs 4 PbBr 6 QDs were densely grown in the uppermost layers of the whole glass ceramic, which actually is a process of self-crystallization . Of notice, in the process of rapid cooling, the energy barrier for nucleation will be further reduced due to the appearance of defects, and it evidently favors the growth of the Cs 4 PbBr 6 QDs.…”
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“…53 According to the authors, the improved PL is attributed to the accelerated growth of PNCs and the AgNP-induced plasmonic near-field effect. Likewise, Lu et al demonstrated a ten-fold PL efficiency increase upon doping a CsPbBr 3 PV-glass with silver, 73 whereas Zhang et al showed a two-fold PL increase in a similar glass system. 74 An additional worth noting feature of composite cesium lead bromide borosilicate glasses was reported recently by Duan et al , 75 as the authors reported on the formation of erasable Cs 4 PbBr 6 QDs within the glass matrix.…”
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“…9 So far, CsPbX 3 perovskite QDs have been successfully precipitated in various glass matrices, such as borosilicate, [10][11][12] phosphosilicate, 13 tellurite glasses. 14,15 Recently, Zhang et al reported that red light-emitting CsPbI 3 and CsPbCl 3 QDs could be simultaneously precipitated in the glass. Due to the effective reabsorption, CsPbCl 3 :CsPbI 3 hybrid nanocrystals (NCs) show higher PLQY and higher PL intensity than pure CsPbI 3 NCs.…”
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“…For instance, Liu et al first reported that all inorganic CsPbBr 3 QDs could be precipitated in phosphate glasses by annealing 9 . So far, CsPbX 3 perovskite QDs have been successfully precipitated in various glass matrices, such as borosilicate, 10–12 phosphosilicate, 13 tellurite glasses 14,15 . Recently, Zhang et al.…”
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