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Hybrid Perovskite Material Could Be Key to Making Organic Diode Lasers

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Researchers are closer to creating a tunable semiconductor diode laser from hybrid organic-inorganic perovskites. Using a material composed of an inorganic perovskite sublattice with relatively big organic molecules confined in the middle, a Penn State research team demonstrated that optically pumped continuous-wave lasing could be sustained for over an hour. A red laser beam shines on a card bearing a replica of Penn State's academic logo. Courtesy of Yufei Jia/Penn State. The next big step for this team is to switch from optical pumping with an external laser to a perovskite laser...Read full article

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