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Time and spatially resolved luminescence of nanomaterials (01T01313)

The key luminescence properties of rare earth doped nanoparticles, embedded in a transparent matrix, are studied by means of time- resolved spectroscopey and spatially resolved cathodoluminescence in a scanning electron microscope. Variations between particles are evaluated in terms of luminescence spectrum, lifetime, effiency and energy transfer. Yhe effect of particle embedding is studied by evaluation of the particle-matrix interface.

Date:15 Sep 2013  →  14 Mar 2014
Keywords:rare earth ions, spectroscopy, cathodoluminescence, nano materials
Disciplines:Condensed matter physics and nanophysics