Synthesis and Luminescent Properties of Micro – Nanometer Ca0.69Sr0.23(PxMoy)O4:0.05Eu3+ by Co Precipitation – Melted-Salt Method

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High luminescent intensity micro – nanometer Ca0.69Sr0.23(PxMoy)O4:0.05Eu3+ phosphor were synthesized by an innovative co precipitation-melted-salt (CPMS) method, Using Eu2O3, Ca(OH)2, SrCO3, HNO3, (NH4)6Mo7O244H2O, (NH4)2HPO4 and inorganic flux as raw materials, room temperature co precipitation and Melted-salt-calcination at 800°C. The results show that the Ca0.69Sr0.23(PxMoy)O4:0.05Eu3+ emits strong 615 nm red light ( exited by 285 nm UV), the luminescent intensity of phosphor is the highest when x / y = 1. The size of the dispersed phosphor is about 1.0 μm. The phosphors have great potential applied as photon conversion materials in Si-solar photovoltaic system and devices.

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Xianghua Liu, Zhenhua Bai, Yuanhua Shuang, Cunlong Zhou and Jian Shao

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213-216

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10.4028/www.scientific.net/AMM.217-219.213

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Q. M. Yu "Synthesis and Luminescent Properties of Micro – Nanometer Ca0.69Sr0.23(PxMoy)O4:0.05Eu3+ by Co Precipitation – Melted-Salt Method", Applied Mechanics and Materials, Vols. 217-219, pp. 213-216, 2012

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