Photoluminescence Polarization of MAPbBr3Perovskite Nanostructures. Can the Dielectric Contrast Effect Explain It?

Juanzi Shi, Igor Ryabov, Sudipta Seth, Pavel A. Frantsuzov, Safi Rafie-Zinedine, Andreas Walther, Maria E. Messing, Xiangang Wu, Wengao Lu, Haizheng Zhong, Ivan G. Scheblykin

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The dielectric contrast effect is usually evoked to explain anisotropy of optical properties of elongated nanoobjects, for example, semiconductor nanowires. We applied two-dimensional polarization imaging microscopy to measure the polarization of photoluminescence (PL) excitation and PL intensity of nanoaggregates of in-situ formed MAPbBr3perovskite nanoparticles in a stretched polymeric matrix. Scanning electron microscopy images of these objects were also acquired to characterize their sizes and shapes. We find that individual perovskite aggregates with sizes of 100-300 nm often possess a PL excitation polarization degree as high as 0.5-0.9, which is up to three times higher than the polarization degree of absorption predicted by the dielectric contrast effect. Small aggregates of nanoparticles possess an emission polarization degree substantially higher than that of excitation. Computer simulations of many possible scenarios show that the dielectric contrast alone cannot quantitatively explain the polarization properties of the studied objects. We propose energy transfer to localized emitting sites and the dependence of PL yield on excitation power density as possible factors strongly influencing the polarization properties of PL emission and PL excitation, respectively.

Sidor (från-till)3888-3898
Antal sidor11
TidskriftACS Photonics
StatusPublished - 2022 dec. 21

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  • Atom- och molekylfysik och optik


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