Samples were mounted on the cold head of a closed-cycle helium cryostat with variable temperature (5 K < T < 350 K). For steady-state micro-PL measurement, we excited the system with an above-bandgap (λ = 740 nm) continuous wave diode laser focused to a 1-μm spot on the surface of the sample using a 50× long working distance infrared microscope objective lens (numerical aperture = 0.65) and then positioned the laser spot onto the PhCC using piezo-electric nanopositioners. The PL signal was collected by the same objective, dispersed by a grating monochromator (300 mm−1) with a spectral resolution of 0.16 nm, and detected by a liquid nitrogen–cooled charge-coupled device camera. The pumping power was adjusted using a neutral density filter.

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