Reply to the Comment on Phase transitions, screening and dielectric response of CsPbBr3 by S. Svirskas, S. Balciunas, M. Simenas, G. Usevicius, M. Kinka, M. Velicka, D. Kubicki, M. E. Castillo, A. Karabanov, V. V. Shvartsman, M. R. Soares, V. Sablinskas, A. N. Salak, D. C. Lupascu and J. Banys, J. Mater. Chem. A, 2020, 8, 14015
authors Svirskas, S; Balciunas, S; Simenas, M; Usevicius, G; Kinka, M; Velicka, M; Kubicki, D; Castillo, ME; Karabanov, A; Shvartsman, VV; Soares, MD; Sablinskas, V; Salak, AN; Lupascu, DC; Banys, J
nationality International
abstract In this reply, we address the concerns that were raised about our paper on CsPbBr3 single crystals. M. Szafranski criticized the dielectric and DSC data in our original paper claiming that they were affected by the experimental artefacts or poor quality of the investigated single crystals, as his DSC and dielectric data did not show any low temperature anomalies in CsPbBr3. We argue in this reply that our main conclusions were not made based on the DSC and dielectric experiments. Here, we emphasize the importance of other experiments like EPR and XRD that were performed to understand if there are any structural transformations of CsPbBr3 at low temperatures. We believe that M. Szafranski did not take into account all the discussion that was presented in our original paper. We hope to clear the doubts in this reply.
issn 2050-7488
isbn 2050-7496
year published 2021
volume 9
issue 18
beginning page 11453
ending page 11455
digital object identifier (doi) 10.1039/d1ta02123k
web of science category 3
subject category Chemistry, Physical; Energy & Fuels; Materials Science, Multidisciplinary
unique article identifier WOS:000649088600031
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