Angle-Resolved Optical Spectroscopy on Light-Emitting Nanocrystals and Self-Assembled Nanoplatelets
Daniele Braga a, Balthasar Blülle a, Rebecca Momper b, Andreas Riedinger b, Sandra Jenatsch a, Beat Ruhstaller a
a Fluxim AG, CH, Katharina-Sulzer-Platz, 2, Winterthur, Switzerland
b Max Planck Institute for Polymer Research, Mainz, DE, Ackermannweg, 10, Mainz, Germany
Poster, Daniele Braga, 018
Publication date: 6th May 2020

Phelos is an angular resolved spectrometer that measures the electroluminescence (EL) and photoluminescence (PL) of light-emitting materials. Here we discuss two examples of typical applications of angular spectroscopy in combination with numerical simulations:

•Characterization of down-conversion and scattering of light in a state-of-the art perovskite QD film. Comparison of the experiments with optical simulations.

•Investigation of the long-range order in nanocrystal assemblies: Extracting the net orientation of the transition dipole moment by angle-dependent PL spectroscopy

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