Unleashing the full potential of perovskites in all their glory
When Gustav Rose discovered a new calcium titanate-based mineral in the Ural Mountains in 1839, the sudden rise to stardom of this family of materials in the 2010s could hardly have been foreseen. As one of the most promising materials for highly efficient solar cells and optoelectronics, halide perovskites have taken the world by storm. The efficiencies of halide perovskite solar cells have increased nearly five times over the last decade, and films of halide perovskites are a hot area of research thanks to enhanced knowledge of their physics and control over their processing. The EU-funded perovskites-NMR project will carry out atomic-level structural and functional characterisation of numerous perovskite-based materials, giving a significant boost to their application.
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