Introducing the new Materials Advances “Perovskites” article collection

We are delighted to share with you a new collection of articles highlighting some of the most recent articles in Materials Advances on ‘Perovskites’. With a wide range of applications, perovskites are any materials with a similar crystal structure to a perovskite mineral, which is usually lead or tin halide-based.  Containing both reviews and original research, the collection includes work on synthesis, properties, structural considerations, and covers applications in solar cells, optics and lighting.

See the collection and read the articles.  Below is a snapshot of some of the articles included.

 

Review

Polymorphism in metal halide perovskites
Aida Alaei, Abigail Circelli, Yihang Yuan, Yi Yang and Stephanie S. Lee
Mater. Adv., 2021, 2, 47-63
DOI: 10.1039/D0MA00643B

 

Communication

Novel scalable aerosol-assisted CVD route for perovskite solar cells
R. Ratnasingham, L. Mohan, M. Daboczi, T. Degousée, R. Binions, O. Fenwick, J.-S. Kim, M. A. McLachlan and J. Briscoe
Mater. Adv., 2021, Advance Article
DOI: 10.1039/D0MA00906G

 

Paper

A reversible and fast-responsive humidity sensor based on a lead-free Cs2TeCl6 double perovskite
Chaojie Pi, Xue Yu, Weiqing Chen, Liuli Yang, Chao Wang, Zhichao Liu, Yiya Wang, Jianbei Qiu, Bitao Liu and Xuhui Xu
Mater. Adv., 2021, 2, 1043-1049
DOI: 10.1039/D0MA00835D

 

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