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Synthesis and luminescence properties of Mn3+, Bi3+ co-doped Y6WO12 for blue phosphor
Alternative TitleSynthesis and luminescence properties of Mn~(3+), Bi~(3+) co-doped Y_6WO_(12) for blue phosphor
You JunHua1; Wang RenChao2; Han Fei2; Guo Rui2; Liu XuanWen2
2018
Source PublicationRARE METALS
ISSN1001-0521
Volume37Issue:5Pages:439-446
AbstractMn3+ and Bi3+ co-doped Y6WO12 samples with hexagonal structure were synthesized via an improved salt pyrogenation method at a temperature region of 700-1100 A degrees C for 3 h. In Y6WO12, Mn3+, substituting Y3+, occupies a seven-coordination site and its energy levels are treated in near O-h symmetry. The samples doped by Mn3+ alone emit the most intensive blue light at 420 nm under excitation at 247 nm due to charge transition (CT). The mechanism of sensitization of Bi3+ for Y6WO12:Mn3+ was also analyzed by taking account of metal-to-metal charge-transfer (MMCT) from Bi3+ to Mn3+. As a consequence, the phosphor Y6WO12:Mn3+/Bi3+ can emit blue light under radiation of 370 nm, and the emission intensity is enhanced about five times by the sensitizer Bi3+. The optimal doping concentration of Bi3+ is determined as 1 at% for the emission at 420 nm in Y6WO12:0.5 at% Mn3+ phosphors.
Other AbstractMn~(3+) and Bi~(3+) co-doped Y_6WO_(12) samples with hexagonal structure were synthesized via an improved salt pyrogenation method at a temperature region of 700–1100 ℃ for 3 h. In Y_6WO_(12), Mn~(3+), substituting Y~(3+), occupies a seven-coordination site and its energy levels are treated in near Oh symmetry. The samples doped by Mn~(3+) alone emit the most intensive blue light at 420 nm under excitation at 247 nm due to charge transition (CT). The mechanism of sensitization of Bi~(3+) for Y_6WO_(12):Mn~(3+) was also analyzed by taking account of metal-to-metal chargetransfer (MMCT) from Bi~(3+) to Mn~(3+). As a consequence, the phosphor Y_6WO_(12):Mn~(3+)/Bi~(3+) can emit blue light under radiation of 370 nm, and the emission intensity is enhanced about five times by the sensitizer Bi~(3+). The optimal doping concentration of Bi~(3+) is determined as 1 at% for the emission at 420 nm in Y_6WO_(12):0.5 at% Mn~(3+) phosphors.
KeywordRED PHOSPHORS PHOTOLUMINESCENCE ENHANCEMENT HYDROXIDES OXIDES SHARP XPS CU LN Mn3+ Bi3+ Y6WO12 Blue phosphor Salt pyrogenation method
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Language英语
Funding Project[National Natural Science Foundation of China] ; [Program for Liaoning Innovative Research Team in University] ; [Hebei Province Higher Education Science and Technology Research Project] ; [Scientific and Technological Research and Development Plan of Qinhuangdao City] ; [Northeastern University at Qinhuangdao Campus Research Fund]
CSCD IDCSCD:6339862
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Document Type期刊论文
Identifierhttp://ir.imr.ac.cn/handle/321006/156587
Collection中国科学院金属研究所
Affiliation1.中国科学院金属研究所
2.Northeastern Univ Qinhuangdao, Sch Resources & Materials, Qinhuangdao 066004, Peoples R China
3.国家纳米科学中心
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You JunHua,Wang RenChao,Han Fei,et al. Synthesis and luminescence properties of Mn3+, Bi3+ co-doped Y6WO12 for blue phosphor[J]. RARE METALS,2018,37(5):439-446.
APA You JunHua,Wang RenChao,Han Fei,Guo Rui,&Liu XuanWen.(2018).Synthesis and luminescence properties of Mn3+, Bi3+ co-doped Y6WO12 for blue phosphor.RARE METALS,37(5),439-446.
MLA You JunHua,et al."Synthesis and luminescence properties of Mn3+, Bi3+ co-doped Y6WO12 for blue phosphor".RARE METALS 37.5(2018):439-446.
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