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Luminescence centers in crystals
|Statement||edited by N. G. Basov ; translated from Russian by Albin Tybulewicz.|
|Series||Proceedings (Trudy) of the P. N. Lebedev Physics Institute ; v. 79, Trudy Fizicheskogo instituta., v. 79.|
|Contributions||Basov, N. G. 1922-|
|LC Classifications||QC176.8.O6 T7313|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 174 p. :|
|Number of Pages||174|
|LC Control Number||76041167|
Luminescence - Luminescence - Luminescence physics: The emission of visible light (that is, light of wavelengths between about nanometres and nanometres, corresponding to the region between deep red and deep violet) requires excitation energies the minimum of which is given by Einstein’s law stating that the energy (E) is equal to Planck’s constant (h) times the frequency of light The nature of luminescence centers created by La 3+ isoelectronic impurities (IIs) in Y 3 Al 5 O 12 (YAG) crystals has been considered. The La 3+ dopant in YAG crystals gives rise to intensive UV luminescence in the complex band peaked at eV at K with a decay time of the main component of ns. It has been shown that the complex UV emission band in YAG:La crystals in the 10– K
Ilya Obodovskiy, in Radiation, General Definitions. Luminescence is emission in the optical range of the visible, ultraviolet, or infrared light, which is an excess over the thermal radiation emitted by the substance at a given temperature, and continues after absorbing the excitation energy for a time that is significantly longer than the period of the light :// Time-resolved spectra of the luminescence in oxygen-deficient α-Al 2 O 3 crystals were studied using synchrotron radiation. The UV luminescence with hv = eV and τ = ns was detected in addition to the known slowly relaxing component (hv = 3 eV, τ = 34 ms) of the emission transition of the F-center under excitation near 6 ://
Trapping and Recombination Centers in Cesium Hafnium Chloride Single Crystals: EPR and TSL Study. The Journal of Physical Chemistry C , (32), DOI: /9b Byungkyun Kang and Koushik Biswas. Exploring Polaronic, Excitonic Structures and Luminescence in Cs4PbBr6/:// This Special Issue of Crystals is dedicated to all aspects related to the development, characterization, and applications of inorganic luminescent materials containing transition metal or rare earth ions, with the aim to provide an overview of the issues of current interest, without, of course, any claim to completeness and/or ://
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This collection of papers describes investigations of luminescence centers in II-VI crystal phosphors, ruby, and molecular crystals. These investigations were carried out using spectroscopy in a wide range of wavelengths, electron paramagnetic resonance, and polarization :// Luminescence Centers in Crystals.
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Basov (Author) › Visit Amazon's N. Basov Page. Find all the books, read about the author, and more. › Books › Science & Math › Physics. Cubic and Hexagonal ZnS with Eu2+ Impurity Centers.- III. Influence of Irradiation on Cr3+ Centers in Ruby.- IV.
Mn2+ Impurity Ions in the Na2ZnGeO4 Lattice.- Literature Cited.- Application of the Polarization Diagram Method to Studies of Uniaxial Crystals.- 1.
Allowance for Birefringence.- 2. Allowance for Absorption of Exciting Light and Get this from a library. Luminescence Centers in Crystals.
[N G Basov] -- This collection of papers describes investigations of luminescence centers in II-VI crystal phosphors, ruby, and molecular crystals. These investigations were carried out using spec troscopy in a Abstract.
This book reports on the following topics: anti-Stokes radiation conversion in luminophors with rare earth ions; spectroscopy of ZnS-Tm luminescence centers; the mechanism of electrolytic activation by rare-earth and other elements in single crystals of zinc sulfide; and kinetics of luminescence polarization in europium-and thulium-activated single crystals of zinc :// (ebook) Luminescence Centers in Crystals () from Dymocks online store.
This collection of papers describes investigations :// Radiation Electron-Hole Centers (Free Radicals) in Minerals About this book.
Introduction. The development of mineralogy, the evolutionary changes in compre hending the mineral substance of the earth are closely associated with the progress of research methods. Over a space of more than two and half centuries, from the goniometry of the Moncorgé R, Bettinelli M, Gyot Y et al () Luminescence of Ni 2+ and Cr 3+ centers in MgSiO 3 enstatite crystals.
J Phys Condens Matter – CrossRef Google Scholar Monteil A, Boulon G, Garapon C () Optical spectroscopy of a Cr 3+ doped gadolinium calcium magnesium zirconium oxide (Gd, Ca) 3 (Ga, Mg, Zr) 2 Ga 3 O 12 :// Request PDF | Interpretation of Luminescence Centers | The chapter contains experimental data and theoretical considerations enabling to interpret the luminescence centers in the studied minerals We first use correlated Raman-PL as a passive structure–property method to identify the difference between emissive and nonemissive Cs4PbBr6 crystals and reveal the existence of CsPbBr3 nanocrystals in emissive Cs4PbBr6.
We then employ a diamond anvil cell to probe the response of luminescence centers to hydrostatic :// The Spectral Investigation of the Luminescence Centers with the Generalized Method of Alentsev.
Pages Book Title Luminescence of Crystals, Molecules, and Solutions Book Subtitle Proceedings of the International Conference on Luminescence held in Leningrad, USSR, August › Physics › Atomic, Molecular, Optical & Plasma Physics.
/ Luminescence centers in P-doped Cd1 ~Mg~Te mixed crystals the basis of the configurational coordinate model, while Shionoya et al.
 intro- duced an additional constant in eq. (2) to account for their results on a self-acti- vated ZnS crystal: W A ECOth(hVeI2kT)] 1/2 + B.
(3) This form is confirmed to be applicable to more recent data of Anti-stokes radiation conversion in luminophors with rare earth ions / A.K. Kazaryan, Yu. Timofeyev, M.V. Fok --Spectroscopy of ZnS-Tm luminescence centers / N.N.
Grigorʹyev, M.V. Fok, L. Yastrabik --Kinetics of luminescence polarization in europium- and thulium-activated single crystals of zinc sulfide / N.N. Grigorʹyev, A.V. Ovchinnikov Luminescence of Crystals, Molecules, and Solutions Buy Physical Book Learn about institutional subscriptions.
Papers Table of contents The Spectral Investigation of the Luminescence Centers with the Generalized Method of Alentsev. Antipova-Karataeva, N. Golubeva, M. :// The main attention is paid to the following questions: 1.
The possible models of the luminescence centers in activated alkali halide crystals, 2. the experimental evidence of the presence of various types of the luminescence centers, 3.
the nature of the excitations of the simplest luminescence centers in alkali halides activated by mercury-like ions and by some other :// Bi-doped compounds recently became the subject of an extensive research due to their possible applications as scintillator and phosphor materials. The oxides co-doped with Bi3+ and trivalent rare-earth ions were proposed as prospective phosphors for white light-emitting diodes and quantum cutting down-converting materials applicable for enhancement of silicon solar :// Emission and excitation spectra of the luminescence associated with Pb 2+ centers in CdI 2 layered crystals have been investigated.
Excitation in the absorption band of the center induces an emission band with fine vibrational structures at the energy near the absorption band, and a broad emission band with large Stokes :// About this Item: Springer-Verlag New York Inc., United States, Paperback.
Condition: New. Language: English. Brand new Book. This collection of papers describes investigations of luminescence centers in II-VI crystal phosphors, ruby, and molecular :// ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: "Proceedings of a course on luminescence of inorganic solids sponsored by the International School of Atomic and Molecular Spectroscopy of the 'Ettore Majorana' Center for Scientific Culture held at Erice, Italy, June".
To investigate the applicability of the model [,] to the centers with extremely strong spin-orbit interaction, the luminescence characteristics of two Bi 3+-doped crystals with strongly different electron-phonon interaction (KCl:Bi and CaO:Bi) were compared ://This book reports on the following topics: anti-Stokes radiation conversion in luminophors with rare earth ions; spectroscopy of ZnS-Tm luminescence centers; the mechanism of electrolytic activation by rare-earth and other elements in single crystals of zinc sulfide; and kinetics of luminescence polarization in europium-and thulium-activated The nature of luminescence centers in NaI:Eu scintillation crystals was studied in a wide excitation energy and temperature ranges.
Radio- and photoluminescence spectra and TSL curves were measured for crystals with varied activator concentrations. Two main narrow luminescence bands at eV (center I) and eV (center II) were found at 10 ://