Introducing Non-Innocent Organic Molecules into Hybrid Perovskites for Enhanced Functionality
Diego Solis-Ibarra a
a Instituto de Investigaciones en Materiales, UNAM. Mexico City, Mexico
Invited Speaker Session, Diego Solis-Ibarra, presentation 122
Publication date: 6th February 2024

Two‐dimensional (2D) organic-inorganic hybrid perovskites have recently become an attractive alternative to three‐dimensional (3D) perovskites due to their chemical and structural diversity and improved stability.  Beyond photovoltaics, 2D perovskites have found applications in several different applications. However, the vast majority of studies focuses on a very narrow set of organic ligands which provide little functionality and constrain the potential capabilities of these materials.[1] 

In this talk, we will describe our efforts to leverage the tools and diversity of organic chemistry to provide hybrid perovskites with properties or capabilities beyond their traditional ones and pushing the capabilities beyond conventional applications.  Our endeavors encompass diverse advancements, including chirality transfer [2], reversible and irreversible thermochromism [3], in situ polymerizations and incorporation of conductive polymers[4],[5], intra-material reactivity and reactivity with foreign molecules[6],[7].  Through these examples, we showcase the transformative potential of incorporating non-innocent organic molecules into hybrid perovskite frameworks, unlocking a new realm of functionalities that extend far beyond the conventional spectrum.

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