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Tin(II) iodide is used to prepare organic-inorganic perovskite thin films which exhibit uniform surfaces and strong photoluminescence. It finds application as an analytical reagent in the determination of rhodium and iridium by spectrophotometry. It is also involved in the synthesis of CH3(CH2)11NH3]SnI3, which is a hybrid semiconductor with MoO3 type tin(II) iodide layers.
Marshall, K. P.; Walton, R. I.; Hatton, R. A. Tin perovskite/fullerene planar layer photovoltaics: improving the efficiency and stability of lead-free devices. J. Mater. Chem. A 2015, 3 (21), 11631-11640.
Peedikakkandy, L.; Bhargava, P. Recrystallization and phase stability study of cesium tin iodide for application as a hole transporter in dye sensitized solar cells. Mater. Sci. Semicond. Process. 2015, 33, 103-109.
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