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J. Korean Ceram. Soc. > Volume 33(9); 1996 > Article
Journal of the Korean Ceramic Society 1996;33(9): 1050.
$Tm^{3+}/Yb^{3+}$이 복합첨가된 Calcium Aluminate계 유리내 청색 상향 전이 현상과 에너지 전달기구
정운진, 유재령1, 허종, 김유성
포항공과대학교 재료·금속공학과 비정질무기재료연구실
1현대전자(주) 반도체 연구소
Blue Upconversion and Energy Transfer Mechanisms in Calcium luminate Glasses co-doped with $Tm^{3+}/Yb^{3+}$
ABSTRACT
Glasses co-doped with Tm3+/Yb3+ can emit red(Tm3+ ; 1G4longrightarrow3F4) and blue ((Tm3+ ; 1G4longrightarrow3H6) radiations via upconversion process. Efficiencies and mechanism of the upconversion process strongly depend on the wavelength used for the excitation. Current study is concerned with the blue upconversion mechanism in calcium aluminate glasses co-doped with Tm3+/Yb3+ when the 791 nm wavelength pump source was used to excite Tm3- directly to its 3H4 level. Spectroscopic analyses and the lifetime measurements suggested the following energy transfer mechanism. Tm3+ was excited to the 3H4 level. by absorbing 791nm pump radiation and ten transfer the energy to Yb3+ via Tm3+:3H4longrightarrowYb3+ : 2F5/2. Then the energy released through the Yb3+:2F5/2longrightarrow 2F7/2 transition was re-absorbed by Tm3- to excite it from the 3H4 to 1G4 level. Blue upconversion with the wavelength of 480 nm occurs from the transition of Tm3+:1G4longrightarrow3H6 Optimum composition for the with the wavelength of 480nm occurs from the transition of Tm3+:1G4longrightarrow3H6 Optimum composition for the most efficient upconversion was found from the glass with 0.3 mol% Tm2O3 and 0.5mol% Yb2O3
Key words: Blue upconversion, $Tm^{3+}/Yb^{3+}$Co-doping Energy transfer, Calcium -aluminate glass
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