Abstract

Resonant coupling of excitons in strongly confined hybrid perovskite conjugated to InGaN quantum wells is observed. Temperature and time-resolved-photoluminescence (PL) reveal 10 times enhancement of recombination lifetime in strong-coupling regime due to resonant energy transfer.

© 2007 Optical Society of America

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