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Color-Tunable All-Inorganic CsPbBr3 Perovskites Nanoplatelet Films for Photovoltaic Devices
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Herein, we demonstrate a novel coating approach to fabricate CsPbBr3 perovskite nanoplatelet film with heat-free process via electrospraying from precursor solution. A detailed study is carried out to determine the effect of various parameters such as ligand concentration, electric field, flow rate, etc. on the optical properties. By controlling the volume ratios of the oleylamine (OAm) and oleic acid (OA), the coalescing and thickness of the resulting nanoplatelets can be readily tuned that results in control over emission in the range of 100 nm without any antisolvent crystallization or heating processes. The varying electrical field and flow rate was found as inefficient on the emission characteristics of the films. In addition, the crystal films were obtained under ambient conditions on the ITO coated glass surfaces as in the desired pattern. As a result, we demonstrated a facile and reproducible way of synthesizing and coating of CsPbBr3 perovskite nanoplatelets which is suitable for large-scale production. In this method, the ability of tuning the degree of quantum confinement for perovskite nanoplatelets is promising approach for the one-step fabrication of crystal films that may enable the use in optoelectronics.