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Sb to Mn energy transfer revealed using time-resolved emission spectroscopy

Zero-dimensional (0D) metal halide hybrids are an emerging class of semiconducting materials for optoelectronic applications including light-emitting diodes, lasers and photovoltaics. Heterometallic (comprising more than one type of metal centre) metal halide hybrids, in particular, hold great promise due to the potential for synergistic photo-physical properties depending on the choice of the constituent metal centres. In this application note, time-resolved emission spectroscopy is used to identify the emission pathways in the 0D metal halide hybrid, Tris SbMnCl.

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