An Investigation of Absorption Spectra of Li2GeO3: Cr3+ Crystal


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Considering the crystal field parameter B, C and average covalent factor N, the energy levels of Li2GeO3: Cr3+ crystal are calculated by diagonalizing the energy matrix of 3d3. The experimental data are compared with calculated results. The results show that the calculated results are in agreement with experiments. Absorb spectra are successfully identified.



Advanced Materials Research (Volumes 560-561)

Edited by:

Yue Li




F. Miao and Y. Huang, "An Investigation of Absorption Spectra of Li2GeO3: Cr3+ Crystal", Advanced Materials Research, Vols. 560-561, pp. 906-908, 2012

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August 2012





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