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Robust transfer-printing method for perovskite films and nanostructures

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    Peiyuan Pang received his master’s degree from the South China University of Technology in 2021. He is currently a doctoral candidate at the Institute of Applied Physics and Materials Engineering, University of Macau. His research mainly focuses on perovskite electroluminescent devices

    Guichuan Xing received his Ph.D. degree in Physics from the National University of Singapore in 2011. He is currently a Professor at the Institute of Applied Physics and Materials Engineering, University of Macau. His major research interests include ultrafast laser spectroscopy, nano optoelectronics, and perovskite for light harvesting and light emission

  • Corresponding author: E-mail: gcxing@um.edu.mo
  • Received Date: 27 September 2022
  • Accepted Date: 20 October 2022
  • Available Online: 13 December 2022
  • Metal halide perovskites, as a promising semiconductor material, have been successfully used in electroluminescent devices because of their desirable characteristics, such as good conductivity, high color purity, tunable bandgap, low cost and solution process ability. In the past few years, significant progress has been made in the development of high-efficiency perovskite light-emitting diodes (PeLEDs). These efficient PeLEDs are mainly achieved by sophisticated spin-coating methods, which can easily control the perovskite's composition, film thickness, morphology and crystallinity. However, with the continuous development of PeLEDs, commercial production problems have to be solved, such as large area production, high resolution patterning and substrate diversity, which are difficult for the current spin-coating process.
    Schematic illustration of the modified transfer printing process.
    Metal halide perovskites, as a promising semiconductor material, have been successfully used in electroluminescent devices because of their desirable characteristics, such as good conductivity, high color purity, tunable bandgap, low cost and solution process ability. In the past few years, significant progress has been made in the development of high-efficiency perovskite light-emitting diodes (PeLEDs). These efficient PeLEDs are mainly achieved by sophisticated spin-coating methods, which can easily control the perovskite's composition, film thickness, morphology and crystallinity. However, with the continuous development of PeLEDs, commercial production problems have to be solved, such as large area production, high resolution patterning and substrate diversity, which are difficult for the current spin-coating process.
    • This research highlight summarizes a robust mass transfer printing method for perovskite films fabrication with nanostructures reported by Xiao and colleagues.
    • This transfer printing method enables the fabrication of large-area perovskite nanostructures with high resolution.
    • Using this method, white PeLEDs with red and sky-blue emission perovskite micro-stripes has been achieved.

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    Meitl M A, Zhu Z T, Kumar V, et al. Transfer printing by kinetic control of adhesion to an elastomeric stamp. Nature Materials, 2006, 5: 33–38. doi: 10.1038/nmat1532
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    Figure  1.  Schematic illustration of the mass robust transfer printing process.

    [1]
    Xia B, Tu M, Pradhan B, et al. Flexible metal halide perovskite photodetector arrays via photolithography and dry lift-off patterning. Advanced Engineering Materials, 2022, 24: 2100930. doi: 10.1002/adem.202100930
    [2]
    Zou C, Chang C, Sun D, et al. Photolithographic patterning of perovskite thin films for multicolor display applications. Nano Letters, 2020, 20: 3710–3717. doi: 10.1021/acs.nanolett.0c00701
    [3]
    Wei C, Su W, Li J, et al. A universal ternary-solvent-ink strategy toward efficient inkjet-printed perovskite quantum dot light-emitting diodes. Advanced Materials, 2022, 34: 2107798. doi: 10.1002/adma.202107798
    [4]
    Minemawari H, Yamada T, Matsui H, et al. Inkjet printing of single-crystal films. Nature, 2011, 475: 364–367. doi: 10.1038/nature10313
    [5]
    Du P, Li J, Wang L, et al. Efficient and large-area all vacuum-deposited perovskite light-emitting diodes via spatial confinement. Nature Communications, 2021, 12: 4751. doi: 10.1038/s41467-021-25093-6
    [6]
    Ávila J, Momblona C, Boix P P, et al. Vapor-deposited perovskites: The route to high-performance solar cell production. Joule, 2017, 1: 431–442. doi: 10.1016/j.joule.2017.07.014
    [7]
    Carlson A, Bowen A M, Huang Y, et al. Transfer printing techniques for materials assembly and micro/nanodevice fabrication. Advanced Materials, 2012, 24: 5284–5318. doi: 10.1002/adma.201201386
    [8]
    Linghu C, Zhang S, Wang C, et al. Transfer printing techniques for flexible and stretchable inorganic electronics. npj Flexible Electronics, 2018, 2: 26. doi: 10.1038/s41528-018-0037-x
    [9]
    Li Z, Chu S, Zhang Y, et al. Mass transfer printing of metal-halide perovskite films and nanostructures. Advanced Materials, 2022, 34: 2203529. doi: 10.1002/adma.202203529
    [10]
    Kim T H, Cho K S, Lee E K, et al. Full-colour quantum dot displays fabricated by transfer printing. Nature Photonics, 2011, 5: 176–182. doi: 10.1038/nphoton.2011.12
    [11]
    Kim T H, Chung D Y, Ku J, et al. Heterogeneous stacking of nanodot monolayers by dry pick-and-place transfer and its applications in quantum dot light-emitting diodes. Nature Communications, 2013, 4: 2637. doi: 10.1038/ncomms3637
    [12]
    Meitl M A, Zhu Z T, Kumar V, et al. Transfer printing by kinetic control of adhesion to an elastomeric stamp. Nature Materials, 2006, 5: 33–38. doi: 10.1038/nmat1532
    [13]
    Choi M K, Yang J, Kang K, et al. Wearable red–green–blue quantum dot light-emitting diode array using high-resolution intaglio transfer printing. Nature Communications, 2015, 6: 7149. doi: 10.1038/ncomms8149
    [14]
    Jeong J W, Yang S R, Hur Y H, et al. High-resolution nanotransfer printing applicable to diverse surfaces via interface-targeted adhesion switching. Nature Communications, 2014, 5: 5387. doi: 10.1038/ncomms6387

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