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Articles by Zhibin Wang in JoVE
Enhanced Electron Injection and Exciton Confinement for Pure Blue Quantum-Dot Light-Emitting Diodes by Introducing Partially Oxidized Aluminum Cathode Zhibin Wang1, Tai Cheng1, Fuzhi Wang1, Yiming Bai1, Xingming Bian1, Bing Zhang1, Tasawar Hayat2,3, Ahmed Alsaedi3, Zhan'ao Tan1 1State Key Laboratory of Alternate Electrical Power System with Renewable Energy Sources, North China Electric Power University, 2Department of Mathematics, Quaid-I-Azam University, 3NAAM Research Group, Faculty of Science, King Abdulaziz University A protocol is presented for fabricating high-performance, pure blue ZnCdS/ZnS-based quantum dots light-emitting diodes by employing an autoxidized aluminum cathode.
Other articles by Zhibin Wang on PubMed
Morphology Engineering for High-Performance and Multicolored Perovskite Light-Emitting Diodes with Simple Device Structures Small (Weinheim an Der Bergstrasse, Germany). | Pubmed ID: 27392198 The film morphology is extremely significant for solution processed perovskite devices. Through fine morphology engineering without using any additives or further posttreatments, a full-coverage and high quantum yield perovskite film has been achieved based on one-step spin-coating method. The morphologies and film characteristics of MAPbBr3 with different MABr:PbBr2 starting material ratios are in-depth investigated by scanning electron microscopy, atomic force microscopy, X-ray diffraction, photoluminescence, and time resolved photoluminescence. High performance organometal halide perovskite light-emitting didoes (PeLEDs) based on simple device structure of indium tin oxide/poly(3,4-ethylenedioxythiophene):polystyrene sulfonate (
Bright Multicolor Bandgap Fluorescent Carbon Quantum Dots for Electroluminescent Light-Emitting Diodes Advanced Materials (Deerfield Beach, Fla.). | Pubmed ID: 27879013 Multicolor bandgap fluorescent carbon quantum dots (MCBF-CQDs) from blue to red with quantum yield up to 75% are synthesized using a solvothermal method. For the first time, monochrome electroluminescent light-emitting diodes (LEDs) with MCBF-CQDs directly as an active emission layer are fabricated. The maximum luminance of blue LEDs reaches 136 cd m , which is the best performance for CQD-based monochrome electroluminescent LEDs.
Efficient Planar Structured Perovskite Solar Cells with Enhanced Open-Circuit Voltage and Suppressed Charge Recombination Based on a Slow Grown Perovskite Layer from Lead Acetate Precursor ACS Applied Materials & Interfaces. | Pubmed ID: 29120165 For planar structured organic-inorganic hybrid perovskite solar cells (PerSCs) with the poly(3,4-ethylenedioxythiophene:polystyrene sulfonate) (PEDOT:PSS) hole transport layer, the open-circuit voltage (V) of the device is limited to be about 1.0 V, resulting in inferior performance in comparison with TiO-based planar counterparts. Therefore, increasing V of the PEDOT:PSS-based planar device is an important way to enhance the efficiency of the PerSCs. Herein, we demonstrate a novel approach for perovskite film formation and the film is formed by slow growth from lead acetate precursor via a one-step spin-coating process without the thermal annealing (TA) process. Because the perovskite layer grows slowly and naturally, high-quality perovskite film can be achieved with larger crystalline particles, less defects, and smoother surface morphology. Ultraviolet absorption, X-ray diffraction, scanning electron microscopy, steady-state fluorescence spectroscopy (photoluminescence), and time-resolved fluorescence spectroscopy are used to clarify the crystallinity, morphology, and internal defects of perovskite thin films. The power conversion efficiency of p-i-n PerSCs based on slow-grown film (16.33%) shows greatly enhanced performance compared to that of the control device based on traditional thermally annealed perovskite film (14.33%). Furthermore, the V of the slow-growing device reaches 1.12 V, which is 0.1 V higher than that of the TA device. These findings indicate that slow growth of the perovskite layer from lead acetate precursor is a promising approach to achieve high-quality perovskite film for high-performance PerSCs.