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Enhancement of the spontaneous emission rate of perovskite nanowires coupled into cylindrical hollow nanocavities formed on the surface of polystyrene microfibers
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Fluorescent CsPbBr3 nanowires are uniformly integrated into a porous polystyrene matrix in the form of microfibers to investigate the changes in their spontaneous emission rate. Cylindrical hollow nanocavities, ranging from 75 to 160 nm in diameter, are grown on the surface of the polymer microfibers during the fabrication process, which allow coupling light that is emitted from the excited CsPbBr3 nanowires. Time-resolved experiments elucidate that the spontaneous emission rate of the perovskite nanowires is observed to increase by a factor of 4.9, upon coupling of the excited optical modes into the nanocavities, which is demonstrated to be in good agreement with our theoretical calculations.