Organic-Inorganic Composites of Semiconductor Nanocrystals for Efficient Excitons
Demir, H. V.
Journal of Physical Chemistry Letters
American Chemical Society
Guzelturk, B., & Demir, H. V. (2015). Organic–Inorganic Composites of Semiconductor Nanocrystals for Efficient Excitonics. The journal of physical chemistry letters, 6(12), 2206-2215.
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Nanocomposites of colloidal semiconductor nanocrystals integrated into conjugated polymers are the key to soft-material hybrid optoelectronics, combining advantages of both plastics and particles. Synergic combination of the favorable properties in the hybrids of colloidal nanocrystals and conjugated polymers offers enhanced performance and new functionalities in light-generation and light-harvesting applications, where controlling and mastering the excitonic interactions at the nanoscale are essential. In this Perspective, we highlight and critically consider the excitonic interactions in the organic inorganic nanocomposites to achieve highly efficient exciton transfer through rational design of the nanocomposites. The use of strong excitonic interactions in optoelectronic devices can trigger efficiency breakthroughs in hybrid optoelectronics.