Replication Data for: The Bright Side and Dark Side of Hybrid Organic–Inorganic Perovskites

Wladek Walukiewicz, Shu Wang, Xinchun Wu, Rundong Li, Matthew P. Sherburne, Bo Wu, Tze Chien Sum, Joel W. Ager & Mark D. Asta
The previously developed bistable amphoteric native defect (BAND) model is used for a comprehensive explanation of the unique photophysical properties and for understanding the remarkable performance of perovskites as photovoltaic materials. It is shown that the amphoteric defects in the donor (acceptor) configuration capture a fraction of photoexcited electrons (holes) dividing them into two groups: higher-energy bright and lower-energy dark electrons (holes). The spatial separation of the dark electrons and dark holes and the k-space...
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