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Anionic exchange route to synthesize highly uniform, stable and luminescent MAPBr nanoparticles

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Abstract

MAPBr (Methylammonium lead bromide) nanoparticles were produced using reverse micelle nanoreactors, taking advantage of anionic substitution. As the reverse micelles slows down the reaction kinetics, it is possible to obtain uniform, monodispersed spherical nanoparticles..

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