Purcell Enhancement and Wavelength Shift of Emitted Light by CsPbI3 Perovskite Nanocrystals Coupled to Hyperbolic Metamaterials
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Author/sPashaei Adl, Hamid; Gorji, Setatira; Karimi Habil, Mojtaba; Suárez, Isaac; Chirvony, Vladimir S.; Gualdrón-Reyes, Andrés F.; Mora-Seró, Iván; Valencia, Luisa M.; Mata Fernández, María de la; Hernández-Saz, Jesús; Molina Rubio, Sergio Ignacio; Zapata Rodríguez, Carlos J.; Martínez Pastor, Juan P.
DepartmentCiencia de los Materiales e Ingeniería Metalúrgica y Química Inorgánica
SourceACS Photonics 2020, 7, 3152−3160
Manipulation of the exciton emission rate in nanocrystals of lead halide perovskites (LHPs) was demonstrated by means of coupling of excitons with a hyperbolic metamaterial (HMM) consisting of alternating thin metal (Ag) and dielectric (LiF) layers. Such a coupling is found to induce an increase of the exciton radiative recombination rate by more than a factor of three due to the Purcell effect when the distance between the quantum emitter and HMM is nominally as small as 10 nm, which coincides well with the results of our theoretical analysis. Besides, an effect of the coupling-induced long wavelength shift of the exciton emission spectrum is detected and modeled. These results can be of interest for quantum information applications of single emitters on the basis of perovskite nanocrystals with high photon emission rates.