Organic-inorganic hybrid perovskites hold great potential for various optoelectronic devices with exceptional properties. Although the direct generation of circularly polarized emission from perovskites would enable various compact devices, achieving a large degree of circular polarization (DCP) at room temperature still remains challenging. Herein, we demonstrate that DCP can be strongly enhanced at the narrow mode position of chiral Fano resonances. In our design, a perovskite film is spin-coated on a symmetry-broken structure with a relatively large feature size. A large DCP of more than 0.5 is achieved at room temperature without the direct patterning of the perovskite layer. Reciprocity calculation reveals that chiral field enhancement enables the emission of opposite helicity to couple into counter-propagating slab modes and leads to a large DCP. Our design is very general and scalable. Our work may lead to circularly polarized light sources based on various perovskite materials.
- chiral Fano resonances
- circularly polarized emission
- organic-inorganic hybrid perovskites
- symmetry breaking
ASJC Scopus subject areas
- Materials Science(all)
- Physics and Astronomy(all)