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Volume 27 Issue 6 December 1986 pp 813-820 Solid State Physics
Temperature dependence of luminescence emission from cerium- and europiumdoped MgO is reported. The emission intensity changes with increase in the phosphor temperature. The phosphor showed peaks in the brightness-temperature curves. The intensities at static temperatures were always lower, indicating that temperature quenching occurs in almost all cases. The same is also evident from spectral distribution curves obtained at different temperatures.
Volume 47 Issue 6 December 1996 pp 471-479
Calcium metasilicate phosphors activated by Ce3+ and Tb3+ have been studied for their emission characteristics. In two series of phosphors, one activator was kept at its optimum value while the other was varied. In another two series, one activator was kept below its optimum value and the other was varied. Concentration quenching effects start when each activator gives its maximum emission. There is clear evidence of an energy transfer from Ce3+ to Tb3+ because the5
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