A Highly Efficient Electromagnetic Wave Absorption System with Graphene Embedded in Hybrid PerovskiteHaitao Yu, Hui Liu, Yao Yao, Ziming Xiong, Lei Gao, Zhiqian Yang, Wenke Zhou, Zhi Zhang
- Electrical and Electronic Engineering
- Mechanical Engineering
- Control and Systems Engineering
To cope with the explosive increase in electromagnetic radiation intensity caused by the widespread use of electronic information equipment, high-performance electromagnetic wave (EMW)-absorbing materials that can adapt to various frequency bands of EMW are also facing great demand. In this paper, CH3NH3PbI3/graphene (MG) high-performance EMW-absorbing materials were innovatively synthesized by taking organic–inorganic hybrid perovskite (OIHP) with high equilibrium holes, electron mobility, and accessible synthesis as the main body, graphene as the intergranular component, and adjusting the component ratio. When the component ratio was 16:1, the thickness of the absorber was 1.87 mm, and MG’s effective EMW absorption width reached 6.04 GHz (11.96–18.00 GHz), achieving complete coverage of the Ku frequency band. As the main body of the composite, CH3NH3PbI3 played the role of the polarization density center, and the defects and vacancies in the crystal significantly increased the polarization loss intensity; graphene, as a typical two-dimensional material distributed in the crystal gap, built an efficient electron transfer channel, which significantly improved the electrical conductivity loss strength. This work effectively broadened the EMW absorption frequency band of OIHP and promoted the research process of new EMW-absorbing materials based on OIPH.