Here, we characterise the energy transfer dynamics of FAPbBr3 nanocrystals on a silicon substrate using time resolved photoluminescence. We also use deposited `spacer layers' to vary the displacement of the nanocrystals from the silicon in order to observe the effect on the energy-transfer dynamics. We find that the overall photo luminescent lifetime increases when reducing the distance between between the nanocrystals and the silicon layer, which runs counter to the expected behaviour. This suggests that the presence of an optically-active substrate suppresses photo luminescent lifetime and, further, suggests that nanocrystal-to-nanocrystal transfer is highly efficient.
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