In press Inorganic perovskite composites for light emission diodes
Keywords:light emission diodes, inorganic perovskite, stability, metal halide perovskite
Perovskite materials have shown enormous potential in the field of light-emitting diodes (LEDs) due to their extraordinary optoelectronic properties. However, their widespread commercial adoption has been hampered by stability issues. This review article examines the difficulties associated with perovskite stability and the potential of inorganic perovskite composites in addressing this important issue. By analyzing a variety of research on organic perovskite composites, we shed light on the effect of diverse composite materials on the properties and performance of perovskites. The objective of this review is to examine the potential of Inorganic perovskite composites as a viable solution to enhance the stability of inorganic perovskite-based LEDs. Through a comprehensive review of the research conducted on organic perovskite composites, we discuss their impact on the stability, efficiency, and durability of perovskite LEDs. The review concludes with a summary of the key findings and their implications, emphasizing the significance of Inorganic perovskite composites as a promising avenue for achieving stable and high-performance LEDs. This article aims to provide valuable insights for researchers and industry professionals working towards the development of advanced perovskite-based optoelectronic devices.
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