Solid state luminescent materials new and improved by Kenneth L. VandenBerghe

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  • Phosphors.,
  • Luminescence.

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Statementby Kenneth L. VandenBerghe.
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Pagination48 leaves, bound :
Number of Pages48
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Open LibraryOL15445386M

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1).The absorption of energy takes place via either the host lattice or on impurities. In addition, transfer of energy through the lattice can take place. Solid state luminescent devices for applications ranging from lamps to displays have proliferated since then, particularly owing to the develop­ ment of semiconductors and phosphors.

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This chapter surveys the field of solid-state luminescent materials, beginning with a discussion of the different ways in which luminescence can be excited.

The internal energy-level structures of luminescent ions and centres, particularly rare-earth ions, are then discussed before the effects of the vibrating host lattice are included.

Metal-ion doped luminescent thin films are attracting widespread interest in the optoelectronics field, ranging from flat-panel displays, solid-state lighting, optical waveguides, solar cells, and.

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Solid-state laser and luminescent materials activated by rare-earth or transition metals ions are widely used for solid-state lasers, luminescent lamps, flat displays, optical fibre communication systems, and other photonic devices.

The unique solid-state electronic properties enable the activators in solids to emit photons efficiently in. Unlike other books, discussions in this book are based on the fact that the media environment of active ions is composed of host materials instead of a vacuum.

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Covalent organic frameworks (COFs) are an emerging class of crystalline porous polymers that have attracted significant attention due to their tunable properties and structural robustness. As a result, COFs with luminescent properties are of great interest for fields such as chemical sensing, solid-state lig New frontiers in covalent organic frameworks: design and applications.

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The production process of the luminescent materials can be referred to the Luminescent tape. Book Description. Nitride Phosphors and Solid-State Lighting provides an in-depth introduction to the crystal chemistry, synthesis, luminescence, and applications of phosphor materials for solid-state lighting, mainly focusing on new nitride phosphors.

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