A novel blue-emitting phosphor: BaAl(2)B(2)O(7): Pb(2+)

Pekgozlu, I.
Seyyidoglu, S.
Pb(2+) doped BaAl(2)B(2)O(7) materials were prepared by a solution combustion synthesis. The phase of the synthesized materials was determined using the powder X-ray diffraction. The photoluminescent properties of Pb(2+) doped BaAl(2)B(2)O(7) materials were investigated using spectrofluorometer at room temperature. The emission and excitation bands of BaAl(2)B(2)O(7): Pb(2+) were observed at 423 and 266 nm, respectively. The dependence of the emission intensity on the Pb(2+) concentration for BaAl(2)B(2)O(7): Pb(2+) was investigated. The Stokes shifts of BaAl(2)B(2)O(7): Pb(2+) was calculated to be 13 953 cm(-1)


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Citation Formats
I. Pekgozlu, S. Seyyidoglu, and S. TAŞCIOĞLU, “A novel blue-emitting phosphor: BaAl(2)B(2)O(7): Pb(2+),” JOURNAL OF LUMINESCENCE, pp. 1541–1543, 2008, Accessed: 00, 2020. [Online]. Available: https://hdl.handle.net/11511/67014.