Light-Emitting 0D Hybrid Metal Halide (C3H12N2)2Sb2Cl10 with Antimony Dimers.

Inorg. Chem., 2021, 60, 15, 11429–11434.

Low-dimensional organic–inorganic metal halides (OIMHs), as emerging light-emitting materials, have aroused widespread attention owing to their unique structural tunability and photoelectric characteristics. OIMHs are also promising materials for optoelectronic equipment, light-emitting diodes, and photodetectors. In this study, (C3H12N2)2Sb2Cl10 (C3H12N22+ is an N-methylethylenediamine cation), a new zero-dimensional OIMH, has been reported, and (C3H12N2)2Sb2Cl10 possesses a P21/n space group. The (C3H12N2)2Sb2Cl10 structure contains [Sb2Cl10]4– dimers (composed of two edge-sharing [SbCl6]3– octahedra) that are surrounded by C3H12N22+ cations. The experimental band gap of (C3H12N2)2Sb2Cl10 is 3.80 eV, and density functional theory calculation demonstrates that (C3H12N2)2Sb2Cl10 possesses a direct band gap, with the edge of the band gap mainly contributed from the inorganic units. (C3H12N2)2Sb2Cl10 exhibits good ambient and thermal stability. Under 395 nm excitation at room temperature, (C3H12N2)2Sb2Cl10 exhibits a broad emission with a full width at half-maximum of ∼114 nm, peaking at 480 nm, and the broad emission was ascribed to self-trapped exciton emission.


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