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ABO3 and A1xCxB1yDy(O1zEz)3: review of experimental optimisation of thin film perovskites by high-throughput evaporative physical vapour deposition

ABO3 and A1xCxB1yDy(O1zEz)3: review of experimental optimisation of thin film perovskites by high-throughput evaporative physical vapour deposition
ABO3 and A1xCxB1yDy(O1zEz)3: review of experimental optimisation of thin film perovskites by high-throughput evaporative physical vapour deposition
The development of functional perovskites for future technologies can be achieved though the combinatorial synthetic method of evaporative physical vapour deposition (HT-ePVD) which provides a direct low temperature route to anion stoichiometric materials. When combined with the ability to control and vary precisely the composition of thin film libraries of materials, high-throughput methods of screening and characterisation provides a rapid experimental determination of the structure/function relationship. This review of the use of HT-ePVD shows that controlled cationic substitutions in A and/or B sites can easily be explored, as can the effect of anionic substitution. This is exemplified in using this approach for a wide range of perovskite systems, where the tuning of the functional properties through cation substitution has application in a broad range of technologies.
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10047-10055
Guerin, Samuel
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Hayden, Brian E.
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Guerin, Samuel
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Hayden, Brian E.
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Guerin, Samuel and Hayden, Brian E. (2019) ABO3 and A1xCxB1yDy(O1zEz)3: review of experimental optimisation of thin film perovskites by high-throughput evaporative physical vapour deposition. Chemical Communications, 55 (68), 10047-10055. (doi:10.1039/C9CC03518D).

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The development of functional perovskites for future technologies can be achieved though the combinatorial synthetic method of evaporative physical vapour deposition (HT-ePVD) which provides a direct low temperature route to anion stoichiometric materials. When combined with the ability to control and vary precisely the composition of thin film libraries of materials, high-throughput methods of screening and characterisation provides a rapid experimental determination of the structure/function relationship. This review of the use of HT-ePVD shows that controlled cationic substitutions in A and/or B sites can easily be explored, as can the effect of anionic substitution. This is exemplified in using this approach for a wide range of perovskite systems, where the tuning of the functional properties through cation substitution has application in a broad range of technologies.

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Accepted/In Press date: 22 July 2019
e-pub ahead of print date: 22 July 2019
Published date: 4 September 2019

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Local EPrints ID: 433368
URI: http://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/433368
ISSN: 1359-7345
PURE UUID: d8ce6986-f04f-4c9b-9c71-b48e67277e61
ORCID for Brian E. Hayden: ORCID iD orcid.org/0000-0002-7762-1812

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Date deposited: 15 Aug 2019 16:30
Last modified: 26 Nov 2021 05:53

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Author: Samuel Guerin
Author: Brian E. Hayden ORCID iD

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