Luminescent Materials in Display and Biomedical Applications

Tb3+ Activated High-Color-Rendering Green Light Yttrium Oxyorthosilicates Phosphors for Display Device ApplicationIntroductionExperimentalResults and DiscussionX-ray AnalysisMorphology of the PhosphorPhotoluminescence (PL) ObservationCommission International de I’Eclairage (CIE) CoordinatesThermoluminescence (TL) ObservationGlow Curve Shape MethodOrder of KineticsConclusionReferencesVersatile Applications of Rare-Earth Activated Phosphate Phosphors: A ReviewIntroduction to Phosphate-based Lamp PhosphorsPhosphate Phosphors for Phototherapy Lamp ApplicationPhosphate Phosphors for Thermoluminescence Dosimetry (TLD)LiCaP04:Eu, LiMgP04:Tb and KMgP04:TbNaLi2P04:Eu3+P-Ca3(P04)2:DyK3Gd(P04)2:Tb3+ and K3Y(P04)2:Eu3+Sr6AI(P04)5:Dy3+Sr2P207:Mn, Prand Ca2P207:Ce3+Li2BaP207:Dy3+ and LiNa3P207:Tb3+Sr5(P04)3CI:Eu2+ConclusionAcknowledgementReferencesPhotoluminescence Mechanism and Key Factors to Improve Intensity of Lanthanide Doped Tungstates/Molybdates Phosphor with Their ApplicationsIntroductionLuminescence MechanismSelection RuleLuminescence QuenchingLanthanide Doped MaterialsScheelite Tetragonal StructureWolframite Monoclinic StructureSynthesis MethodsEthylene Glycol or Polyol Synthesis RouteChemical Precipitation MethodHydrothermal MethodSolid State Reaction MethodSupersonic Microwave Co-assisted SynthesisMolten Salt MethodReverse Phase Micelle MethodFactors Affecting Photoluminescence Emission IntensityEffect of Temperature, Pressure and Synthesis Method on PL IntensityConcentration of Rare Earth IonsCharge CompensatorCo-doping of Metal IonCo-doping of RE SensitizerApplications of Rare Earth Doped Tungstates and MolybdatesWhite LED FabricationTemperature SensingBiomedical FieldConclusionAcknowledgementsReferencesDown Converted Photoluminescence of Trivalent Rare-Earth Activated Glasses for Lighting ApplicationsIntroductionDefinition of Glass and Glass FormersImportant Glass Host Systems for LightingTrivalent Rare-earth Ions for Activating Glasses for Lighting ApplicationDescriptions of Some Important Factors in Glass PhotoluminescenceSome Examples to Realize White Light Emission from RE3+ Activated GlassesGeneral Configuration of White Emitting Glass LEDsConclusionsReferencesEffect of CaZrO3 Doping by Gd3+ on Phototherapy Lamp Phosphor PerformanceIntroductionExperimentalResults and DiscussionStructural and Morphological CharacterizationsPhotoluminescence StudiesConclusionsReferencesInvestigations on Tunable Blue Light Emitting P-Acetyl Biphenyl-DPQ Phosphor for OLED ApplicationsIntroductionExperimentalReagent and SolventsSynthesis of P-Acetyl Biphenyl-DPQPreparation of Blended FilmsResults and DiscussionNMR SpectroscopyFourier Transform Infrared (FTIR) SpectraThermogravimetric and Differential Thermal Analysis (TGA/DTA)UV-visible Absorption SpectraDetermination of Optical Band GapPhotoluminescence (PL) Spectra in Organic SolventsPhotoluminescence (PL) Spectra in PolystyreneDetermination of Stokes ShiftCommission International d’Eclairage (CIE) CoordinatesConclusionsReferencesPhosphors in Role of Magnetic Resonance, Medical Imaging and Drug Delivery Applications: A ReviewIntroductionPhosphors for Drug Delivery, Medical Imaging and Magnetic Response Comparative StudyDrug Carrier with Upconversion IndicatorUpconversion Nanocomposites for Detection ApplicationConclusionAcknowledgementReferencesVisible Light Emitting Ln3+ Ions (Ln = Eu, Sm, Tb, Dy) in Mg2SiO4 Host LatticeIntroductionSynthesis and Characterization of Mg2Si04:Ln3+ (Ln = Eu, Sm, Tb, Dy) Synthesis of Mg2Si04: Ln3+(Ln = Eu, Sm, Tb, Dy)Characterization of Mg2Si04:Ln3+ (Ln = Eu, Sm, Tb, Dy)Phase Purity and Structure: XRDBandgap Analysis: DRSLuminescence Properties of Mg2Si04:Ln3+ (Ln = Eu, Sm, Tb, Dy)Photoluminescence MechanismMaterials Performance: Chromaticity Coordinates and Color TemperatureConclusionsReferencesSynthesis and Luminescence Characteristics of Europium Doped Gadolinium Based Oxide Phosphors for Display and Lighting ApplicationsIntroductionSignificance of the SrGd204 and BaGd204HostSynthesis Routes and Characterization TechniquesHomogeneous Precipitation Method Followed by Combustion ProcessCharacterization TechniquesResults and DiscussionStructural and Luminescence Characteristics of SrGd204 and BaGd204 PhosphorsLuminescence CharacterizationsComparison of Luminescence Characteristics of Eu3+ Doped SrGd204 and BaGd204 PhosphorsPhotometric CharacterizationsJudd-Ofelt CalculationConclusionReferencesComparative Study on Synthesis of Gd2O3:Eu Phosphors by Various Synthesis RoutesIntroductionLiterature ReviewConclusionAppendix 1ReferencesSignificance of TL Radiation Dosimetry of Carbon Ion Beam in RadiotherapyIntroductionRadiotherapyCarbon Ion Beam Radiotherapy (In Comparison to Photon and Proton RT)Carbon Ion Beam or Heavy Charged Particle BeamParticle NatureBeam FeaturesBeam SuperiorityThermoluminescence DosimetryHeavy Charged Particle (HCP) Interaction with TL MaterialsRadial Dose Distribution along the HCP TrackHCP Thermoluminescence EfficiencyRelative TL Efficiency of Carbon Ion Beam and other HCPsTheoretical ModelsTrack Structure Theory (TST)Modified Track Structure Theory (MTST)Microdosimetric Target Theory (MTT)Track Interaction Model (TIM)Unified Interaction Model (UNIM)Extended Track Interaction Model (ETIM)Carbon Beam Irradiated TLD MaterialsCaS04:Dy nano crystal with cubic/rectangular shapeDisk Shaped CaMg3 S04 4:Dy PhosphorBorate and Phosphate-based TL PhosphorsConclusionReferencesUpconversion Photoluminescence in the Rare Earth Doped Y2O3 Phosphor MaterialsIntroductionUpconversion MechanismsSynthesis: A Solution Combustion TechniqueApplication of Y203 PhosphorsConclusionsReferencesSynthesis and Potential Application of Rare Earth Doped Fluoride Based Host MatricesIntroductionSynthesis of Fluoride NanoparticlesThermal Decomposition MethodHydrothermal MethodCo-precipitation MethodApplications of Rare Earth Doped Fluoride NanoparticlesConclusionsReferencesPreparation of Thin Films Using Electron Beam Evaporation Deposition MethodIntroductionThin Film Deposition TechniquesOutline of the Present StudySynthesis of SrS Thin FilmElectron Beam Evaporation Deposition MethodSample PreparationCharacterizationX-ray DiffractionField Emission Scanning Electron MicroscopyEnergy Dispersive X-ray SpectroscopyAtomic Force Microscopy (AFM)References
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