Video: How to Prepare Perovskite Films via Air Processing

This video shows how to prepare a perovskite film while processing in air.

The perovskite precursor ink used was our I101, which is comprised of PbCl2 and MAI at a molar ratio of 1:3 (respectively) in dimethylformamide (DMF). It has been found to be important for the perovskite precursor ink to be processed in air at a humidity in the range of 30-40% rh. Having a processing environment with a higher humidity has a significant affect on the film formation and the resultant perovskite film. See our humidity video for additional information.

The process requires the perovskite precursor solution to be heated to 70°C while the substrates are maintained at a temperature of 90°C. Once the hot solution is spin cast onto the heated substrate, the substrate should be placed on a 90°C hotplate for 90-120 minutes to allow the perovskite film to fully form.

Additional Information

For more information view our I101 product page, view our full fabrication guide, or contact our team.