Luminescence

Volume 357

doi: 10.4028/www.scientific.net/DDF.357

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Authors: N. Thejokalyani, S.J. Dhoble

Abstract: The importance of artificial light has long been recognized as it extends the day. Copious corporations and academic institutions are...

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Authors: V.K. Chandra, B.P. Chandra, Piyush Jha

Abstract: Organic light emitting diodes (OLEDs) have been the focus of intense study since the late 1980s, when the low voltage organic...

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Authors: S.K. Tripathi, Jagdish Kaur, Ramneek Kaur

Abstract: Recently, organic-inorganic hybrid nanocomposite materials have been of great interest for their extraordinary performances due to the...

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Authors: Meera Ramrakhiani, Nitendra Kumar Gautam, Kamal Kushwaha, Sakshi Sahare, Pranav Singh

Abstract: Several research groups have reported that nanocrystalline II-VI semiconductors show enhanced luminescence, increased oscillator strength...

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Authors: R.K. Gartia, Ngangbam Chandrasekhar

Abstract: Persistent luminescence as well as Thermoluminescence (TL), both the phenomena are nothing but long-period afterglow having lifetime (τ) in...

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Authors: R.K. Gartia

Abstract: Thermoluminescence (TL) is basically a super-sensitive phenomenon exhibit ted practically by all semiconductors/ insulators upon suitable...

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Authors: R.H. Biswas

Abstract: Luminescence, mainly thermoluminescence (TL) and optically stimulated luminescence (OSL), has been researched for more than five decades...

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Authors: Mayank Jain, Lars Bøtter-Jensen

Abstract: This chapter gives an introduction to instrumentation for stimulated luminescence studies, with special focus on luminescence dating using...

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Authors: J.N. Reddy, K.V.R. Murthy

Abstract: Thermoluminescence reader is an important tool and a requisite for a researcher to study and characterize Thermoluminescence (TL) materials...

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