The steady-state PL and time-resolved PL measurements were performed using our home-built setup, powered by an ~50 fs Coherent LIBRA, with a repetition rate of 1 kHz. A 400 nm pump was generated from an 800 nm fundamental beam using a BBO crystal. Short-pass filters were added to block the residual fundamental beams after generation. The emission from the samples was collected with a lens pair and directed either to a monochromator (Princeton Instrument SP2300i) and streak camera (Optronis) system for time-resolved PL measurement or to a monochromator (Princeton Instrument SP2300i) and CCD camera (Pixis 400b) system for steady-state PL measurement.

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