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2022 ◽  
Vol 9 ◽  
Yang Luo ◽  
Hai Wang ◽  
Le-Yi Zhao ◽  
Yong-Lai Zhang

We have investigated a strong coupled system composed of a MAPbIxCl3-x perovskite film and aluminum conical nanopits array. The hybrid states formed by surface plasmons and free carriers, rather than the traditional excitons, is observed in both steady-state reflection measurements and transient absorption spectra. In particular, under near upper band resonant excitation, the bleaching signal from the band edge of uncoupled perovskite was completely separated into two distinctive bleaching signals of the hybrid system, which is clear evidence for the formation of strong coupling states between the free carrier–plasmon state. Besides this, a Rabi splitting up to 260 meV is achieved. The appearance of the lower bands can compensate for the poor absorption of the perovskite in the NIR region. Finally, we found that the lifetime of the free carrier–SP hybrid states is slightly shorter than that of uncoupled perovskite film, which can be caused by the ultrafast damping of the SPs modes. These peculiar features on the strong coupled hybrid states based on free charge carriers can open new perspectives for novel plasmonic perovskite solar cells.

Alexandra A. Koegel ◽  
Eve M. Mozur ◽  
Iain W. H. Oswald ◽  
Niina H. Jalarvo ◽  
Timothy R. Prisk ◽  

Gabriel C. Halford ◽  
Qingmu Deng ◽  
Annie Gomez ◽  
Tianna Green ◽  
Jill M. Mankoff ◽  

2022 ◽  
Vol 13 (1) ◽  
Tianju Zhang ◽  
Chaocheng Zhou ◽  
Xuezhen Feng ◽  
Ningning Dong ◽  
Hong Chen ◽  

AbstractTwo-dimensional (2D) Sn-based perovskites are a kind of non-toxic environment-friendly luminescent material. However, the research on the luminescence mechanism of this type of perovskite is still very controversial, which greatly limits the further improvement and application of the luminescence performance. At present, the focus of controversy is defects and phonon scattering rates. In this work, we combine the organic cation control engineering with temperature-dependent transient absorption spectroscopy to systematically study the interband exciton relaxation pathways in layered A2SnI4 (A = PEA+, BA+, HA+, and OA+) structures. It is revealed that exciton-phonon scattering and exciton-defect scattering have different effects on exciton relaxation. Our study further confirms that the deformation potential scattering by charged defects, not by the non-polar optical phonons, dominates the excitons interband relaxation, which is largely different from the Pb-based perovskites. These results enhance the understanding of the origin of the non-radiative pathway in Sn-based perovskite materials.

K. Sandeep ◽  
K. Padmakumar ◽  
K. U. Ambili ◽  
P. Jishnu ◽  
K. H. Fousia ◽  

2022 ◽  
Vol 131 (1) ◽  
pp. 010902
Naomi Falsini ◽  
Giammarco Roini ◽  
Andrea Ristori ◽  
Nicola Calisi ◽  
Francesco Biccari ◽  

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