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Room-temperature quantum interference in single perovskite quantum dot junctions. / Zheng, Haining; Hou, Songjun; Xin, Chenguang; Wu, Qingqing; Jiang, Feng; Tan, Zhibing; Zhou, Xin; Lin, Luchun; He, Wenxiang; Li, Qingmin; Zheng, Jueting; Zhang, Longyi; Liu, Junyang; Yang, Yang; Shi, Jia; Zhang, Xiaodan ; Zhao, Ying; Li, Yuelong ; Lambert, Colin; Hong, Wenjing.

In: Nature Communications, Vol. 10, 5458, 29.11.2019.

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Zheng, H, Hou, S, Xin, C, Wu, Q, Jiang, F, Tan, Z, Zhou, X, Lin, L, He, W, Li, Q, Zheng, J, Zhang, L, Liu, J, Yang, Y, Shi, J, Zhang, X, Zhao, Y, Li, Y, Lambert, C & Hong, W 2019, 'Room-temperature quantum interference in single perovskite quantum dot junctions', Nature Communications, vol. 10, 5458. https://doi.org/10.1038/s41467-019-13389-7

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Zheng, H., Hou, S., Xin, C., Wu, Q., Jiang, F., Tan, Z., Zhou, X., Lin, L., He, W., Li, Q., Zheng, J., Zhang, L., Liu, J., Yang, Y., Shi, J., Zhang, X., Zhao, Y., Li, Y., Lambert, C., & Hong, W. (2019). Room-temperature quantum interference in single perovskite quantum dot junctions. Nature Communications, 10, [5458]. https://doi.org/10.1038/s41467-019-13389-7

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Zheng, Haining ; Hou, Songjun ; Xin, Chenguang ; Wu, Qingqing ; Jiang, Feng ; Tan, Zhibing ; Zhou, Xin ; Lin, Luchun ; He, Wenxiang ; Li, Qingmin ; Zheng, Jueting ; Zhang, Longyi ; Liu, Junyang ; Yang, Yang ; Shi, Jia ; Zhang, Xiaodan ; Zhao, Ying ; Li, Yuelong ; Lambert, Colin ; Hong, Wenjing. / Room-temperature quantum interference in single perovskite quantum dot junctions. In: Nature Communications. 2019 ; Vol. 10.

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title = "Room-temperature quantum interference in single perovskite quantum dot junctions",
abstract = "The studies of quantum interference effects through bulk perovskite materials at the {\AA}ngstrom scale still remain as a major challenge. Herein, we provide the observation of room-temperature quantum interference effects in metal halide perovskite quantum dots (QDs) using the mechanically controllable break junction technique. Single-QD conductance measurements reveal that there are multiple conductance peaks for the CH3NH3PbBr3 and CH3NH3PbBr2.15Cl0.85 QDs, whose displacement distributions match the lattice constant of QDs, suggesting that the gold electrodes slide through different lattice sites of the QD via Au-halogen coupling. We also observe a distinct conductance {\textquoteleft}jump{\textquoteright} at the end of the sliding process, which is further evidence that quantum interference effects dominate charge transport in these single-QD junctions. This conductance {\textquoteleft}jump{\textquoteright} is also confirmed by our theoretical calculations utilizing density functional theory combined with quantum transport theory. Our measurements and theory create a pathway to exploit quantum interference effects in quantum-controlled perovskite materials.",
author = "Haining Zheng and Songjun Hou and Chenguang Xin and Qingqing Wu and Feng Jiang and Zhibing Tan and Xin Zhou and Luchun Lin and Wenxiang He and Qingmin Li and Jueting Zheng and Longyi Zhang and Junyang Liu and Yang Yang and Jia Shi and Xiaodan Zhang and Ying Zhao and Yuelong Li and Colin Lambert and Wenjing Hong",
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T1 - Room-temperature quantum interference in single perovskite quantum dot junctions

AU - Zheng, Haining

AU - Hou, Songjun

AU - Xin, Chenguang

AU - Wu, Qingqing

AU - Jiang, Feng

AU - Tan, Zhibing

AU - Zhou, Xin

AU - Lin, Luchun

AU - He, Wenxiang

AU - Li, Qingmin

AU - Zheng, Jueting

AU - Zhang, Longyi

AU - Liu, Junyang

AU - Yang, Yang

AU - Shi, Jia

AU - Zhang, Xiaodan

AU - Zhao, Ying

AU - Li, Yuelong

AU - Lambert, Colin

AU - Hong, Wenjing

PY - 2019/11/29

Y1 - 2019/11/29

N2 - The studies of quantum interference effects through bulk perovskite materials at the Ångstrom scale still remain as a major challenge. Herein, we provide the observation of room-temperature quantum interference effects in metal halide perovskite quantum dots (QDs) using the mechanically controllable break junction technique. Single-QD conductance measurements reveal that there are multiple conductance peaks for the CH3NH3PbBr3 and CH3NH3PbBr2.15Cl0.85 QDs, whose displacement distributions match the lattice constant of QDs, suggesting that the gold electrodes slide through different lattice sites of the QD via Au-halogen coupling. We also observe a distinct conductance ‘jump’ at the end of the sliding process, which is further evidence that quantum interference effects dominate charge transport in these single-QD junctions. This conductance ‘jump’ is also confirmed by our theoretical calculations utilizing density functional theory combined with quantum transport theory. Our measurements and theory create a pathway to exploit quantum interference effects in quantum-controlled perovskite materials.

AB - The studies of quantum interference effects through bulk perovskite materials at the Ångstrom scale still remain as a major challenge. Herein, we provide the observation of room-temperature quantum interference effects in metal halide perovskite quantum dots (QDs) using the mechanically controllable break junction technique. Single-QD conductance measurements reveal that there are multiple conductance peaks for the CH3NH3PbBr3 and CH3NH3PbBr2.15Cl0.85 QDs, whose displacement distributions match the lattice constant of QDs, suggesting that the gold electrodes slide through different lattice sites of the QD via Au-halogen coupling. We also observe a distinct conductance ‘jump’ at the end of the sliding process, which is further evidence that quantum interference effects dominate charge transport in these single-QD junctions. This conductance ‘jump’ is also confirmed by our theoretical calculations utilizing density functional theory combined with quantum transport theory. Our measurements and theory create a pathway to exploit quantum interference effects in quantum-controlled perovskite materials.

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