Papers by Keyword: Eu3+

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Authors: Li Li Ying, Song Sheng Zheng, Jiang Hui Zheng, Li Han Cai, Chao Chen
Abstract: A kind of red emitting phosphor, Sr2B2O5:Eu3+, Na+ for white light-emitting diodes (W-LED) was synthesized by high-temperature solid-state reaction method. The characterization and luminescence properties of the phosphor were investigated. It is found that this phosphor can be effectively excited by 394 nm near-ultraviolet (n-UV) light, and exhibit bright red emission centered at 613 nm corresponding to the 5D07F2 transition of Eu3+ ions. It is shown that the 11 mol% of Eu3+ doping concentration in Sr2B2O5:Eu3+, Na+ phosphor is optimum, and the concentration quenching occurs when the Eu3+ concentration is beyond 11 mol%. The concentration quenching mechanism can be interpreted by the dipole–dipole interaction of Eu3+ ions. The present work suggests that this novel phosphor is a kind of potential red emitting phosphor.
Authors: R.S. Meltzer, K.W. Jang, Kug Sun Hong, Y. Sun, S.P. Feofilov
Authors: Ying Gang Zhao, Dong Mei Shi, Jin Liu, Xiao Feng Wang
Abstract: Spectroscopic properties and energy transfer (ET) in Er3+/Eu3+-doped Ga2O3-GeO2 glass have been investigated. Effects of alkali metal and alkaline earth metals ions on thermal stability of Er3+-doped gallate-germanium glass have been investigated. Simultaneously influences of Eu3+ codoping on the optical properties of Er3+-doped Ga2O3-GeO2-Na2O (GN) glass have been investigated and the possible ET mechanisms involved have also been discussed. Significant enhancement of the 1.53 µm emission intensity and decrease of upconversion (UC) fluorescence with increasing Eu3+ concentration have been observed. The results indicate that the incorporation of Eu3+ into Er3+-doped GN glass can effectively improve 1.53-μm and lower UC luminescence, which makes GN glass more attractive for their use in C-band optical fiber amplifiers.
Authors: Shi Kao Shi, Jing Gao, Ji Zhou
Abstract: The lithium ions doped red-emitting phosphors of (Ca,Eu)WO4 and (Ca,Eu)MoO4 were synthesized by solid-state reaction method, and their luminescent properties were investigated. The XRD patterns show that the phosphors are isostructural and share a tetragonal scheelite structure, even some lithium ions are doped. The excitation spectra consist of broad charge transfer bands in the short-wave UV region of W6+→O2- and Eu3+→O2- with three sharp lines around 395, 465 and 535 nm of the Eu3+ 4f excitation transitions. The characteristic emissions of WO4 2- and MoO4 2- are quenched absolutely and red light emission of Eu3+ exhibits predominate peak around 615 nm due to the electric dipole energy transition of 5D0→7F2. Excited with 395 nm, the evident enhanced emission of the phosphors were observed when Li+ doped in the host, which implies that the addition of some Li+ is beneficial for the energy transfer from WO4 2- or MoO4 2- to Eu3+.
Authors: Guo Jian Jiang, Jia Yue Xu, Hui Shen, Yan Zhang, Lin He Xu, Han Rui Zhuang, Wen Lan Li
Abstract: Zinc silicate-based (Zn2SiO4:Eu3+) long afterglow phosphors were produced by solid state reaction method. The effects of borax and Eu2O3 additive on the properties of fabricated products have been studied. The results show that, there is not much difference in phase compositions within the borax additive amount; however, their SEM morphologies are different. Borax additive can increase the grain size of the product. Some sintering phenomena could be observed in the sample with Eu2O3 addition. The fluorescence spectroscopy results indicate that, the emission peak of the sample with Eu3+ additive located at 612nm, which may be a good candidate for red phosphor applications. The luminescent mechanism of Zn2SiO4:Eu3+ is also discussed.
Authors: Lian Ping Chen, Yuan Hong Gao, Jian Xiong Yuan, Qing Hua Zhang, Yan Hong Yin, Chun Xiang Wang
Abstract: It is hardly possible to obtain rare earth doped CaWO4 thin films directly through electrochemical techniques. A novel post processing has been proposed to synthesize CaWO4:Eu3+ thin films at room temperature. X-ray diffraction, X-ray photoelectron spectrometry, spectrophotometer were used to characterize their phase, composition and luminescent properties. Results reveal that Eu3+-doped CaWO4 films have a tetragonal phase; the content of Eu in the near surface region is much higher than that of the bulk; under the excitation of 310 nm, a sharp emission peak at 616 nm has been observed for Ca0.9WO4:Eu0.13+ thin films.
Authors: Tomokatsu Hayakawa, Masayuki Nogami
Abstract: By overcoming less excitation efficiency of rare-earth ions due to small oscillator strength (∼10-6) of f-f transition, Eu3+ ions were intentionally introduced to nano-sized semiconductor of tin oxide (SnO2) in silica (SiO2)matrix via a sol-gel route. As a consequence, the excitation energy was significantly absorbed by the nano-sized SnO2 with controlled band-gap energy owing to quantum size effect (QSE) and subsequently transferred from nano-sized SnO2 to the Eu3+ ions doped, resulting in the enhancement of Eu3+ red emission (external quantum efficiency : 75.6 %).
Authors: Pei Jing Tian, Jin Shu Cheng, Gao Ke Zhang, Qin Yang
Abstract: Eu2O3 doped boron silicate glass appearing phase separation have been prepared and characterized. The heat treatment temperature was determined by DTA, the microstructure and optical properties of the glass were studied by SEM and fluorescence spectra. The adding of Eu2O3 restrained the phase separation and crystallization of the glass. Eu ions exist in the glass samples as the Eu3+ ions, rather than the Eu2+ ions. As the heat treatment temperature increases, the phase separation region increased gradually, and the luminescent intensity increases.
Authors: Yan Lin Chen, Ming Yan, Yi Ming Sun, Jiao Qun Zhu
Abstract: Europium-doped nanocrystalline ZrO2: Eu3+ powders with different doped concentrations were prepared by emulsion processing method, with different doped concentration and calcination temperature on the material grain size, structure, size and luminescent properties. The results show that: Eu3+ has a stabilizing effect on tetragonal phase of ZrO2. Emission spectra indicates that the main emission peak in the 593m and 608m, “Blue Shift “will occur in 5D0 → 7F2 transition of the emission spectra of sample with the sintering temperature at 1000°C. Samples with the sintering temperature soaring, spectral emission intensity also increases.
Authors: Kai Sheng, Jie Lin Wang, Ying Li, Yi Han Wang, Meng Xue Xu, An Jin Liu
Abstract: Selecting lactam 2,6-pyridinedicarboxamide (PDCA) as the ligand and 1,4-butanediol as chain extender, we prepare polyurea polyurethane PDCA-PU; then, introduction of rare earth ion Eu3+ and small molecule ligands 1,10-phenanthroline (phen), synthesized binary and ternary polyurethane composite containing Eu3+, and comparing the fluorescence properties of the material. We investigated the thermal stability and luminescence properties of hybrids and found that the ternary hybrid materials exhibit better thermal stability and stronger emission intensity.
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