Green Aluminate Phosphors Used for Information Display
Well known long-persistent phosphorous strontium aluminates were synthesized by conventional combustion method in a furnace at about 600oC. By incorporating the obtained phosphorous strontium aluminates into organic host polystyrene, we prepared the organic-inorganic composite material (i.e., phosphor-polystyrene) which could be cast into flexible and green-light- emitting films. The morphology of the obtained phosphorous strontium aluminates and the phosphorescence of the organic-inorganic composite films were characterized with the scanning electron microscopy and the fluorescence spectroscopy, respectively. Our results show that the organic-inorganic composite films can be used as green-light- emitting roll-able screens in the industry of information displays.
Yuan Ming Huang
Y. T. Guo and Y. M. Huang, "Green Aluminate Phosphors Used for Information Display", Key Engineering Materials, Vols. 428-429, pp. 421-425, 2010