Research data supporting "Extracting Decay-Rate Ratios from Photoluminescence Quantum Efficiency Measurements in Optoelectronic Semiconductors"
Stranks, Samuel D
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Bowman, a., Macpherson, S., Abfalterer, A., Frohna, K., Nagane, S., & Stranks, S. D. (2022). Research data supporting "Extracting Decay-Rate Ratios from Photoluminescence Quantum Efficiency Measurements in Optoelectronic Semiconductors" [Dataset]. https://doi.org/10.17863/CAM.81782
For full experimental details please refer to main publication. All figures describe methylammonium lead iodide samples. ‘Figure 1’ includes: photoluminescence quantum efficiency at different laser intensities and associated fit (tab 1), ln of time resolved photoluminescence counts as a function of time (tab 2), the initial time resolved photoluminescence counts as a function of initial excitation density (tab 3) and extracted first order decay rates for sample 1 and 2 (tab 4). ‘Figure 2’ includes: inverse excitation density as a function of time, as measured in transient absorption spectroscopy, associated fit, and raw DT/T data (tab 1), and extracted second order decay rates from both photoluminescence quantum efficiency/time resolved photoluminescence and transient absorption spectroscopy for four samples (tab 2). ‘Figure 3’ includes: spread of decay rate and ratio of radiative rate ratios extracted from microscopic photoluminescence quantum efficiency measurements at the microscale (tab 1), measured and predicted photoluminescence quantum efficiency for sample 1 and 2 (tab 2) and ratio of total to radiative second order rate for all four samples (tab 3). ‘Figure 4’ includes: predicted current voltage curves for a measured sample, with a range of decay rate conditions (tab 1) and efficiency as a function of first order rate and ratio of radiative to total second order rate (tab 2).
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Optoelectronic, solar cells, recombination, spectroscopy
A.R.B. acknowledges funding from a Winton Studentship, Oppenheimer Studentship, and the Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC) Centre for Doctoral Training in Photovoltaics (CDT-PV). A.R.B. thanks Luis Pazos-Outon for supplying absorption coefficients for MAPbI3 solar cells. S.M. acknowledges support from an EPSRC Studentship. A.A. thanks the Royal Society for funding. K.F. acknowledges a George and Lilian Schiff Studentship, Winton Studentship, the Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC) studentship, Cambridge Trust Scholarship, and Robert Gardiner Scholarship. S.N. would like to acknowledge Royal Society-SERB Newton International Fellowship for funding. S.D.S. acknowledges the Royal Society and Tata Group (UF150033) and the EPSRC (EP/R023980/1, EP/T02030X/1, EP/S030638/1)
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