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Red enhanced YAG:Ce, Pr nanophosphor for white LEDs

Red enhanced YAG:Ce, Pr nanophosphor for white LEDs
Red enhanced YAG:Ce, Pr nanophosphor for white LEDs
Rare earth ion Pr3+ was co doped in yellow emitting YAG:Ce nanophosphor to introduce red emission for improving colour rendering property of white LED. Nanocrystalline YAG:Ce, YAG:Ce, Pr was synthesised by a single step auto combustion process. Photoluminescence (PL) emission spectra of YAG:Ce, Pr nanophosphor, when excited by 460nm blue light, exhibited sharp red emission peaks at 610nm from Pr3+ ions in addition to broad yellow emission from Ce3+ peaking at 540nm due to charge transfer from excited Ce3+ 5d band to 3PJ/1D2 level of Pr3+. Ce3+ (yellow) and Pr3+ (red) emission decays in tens of nanoseconds and microseconds, respectively. Electroluminescence spectra of blue LED with developed phosphor layer shows colour coordinates (0.30, 0.39) close to ideal white light.
1745-8080
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Chawla, Santa
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Roy, Tapashree
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Majumder, Kanishka
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Yadav, Ashish
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Chawla, Santa
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Roy, Tapashree
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Majumder, Kanishka
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Yadav, Ashish
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Chawla, Santa, Roy, Tapashree, Majumder, Kanishka and Yadav, Ashish (2012) Red enhanced YAG:Ce, Pr nanophosphor for white LEDs. Journal of Experimental Nanoscience, 1-9. (doi:10.1080/17458080.2012.714481).

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Abstract

Rare earth ion Pr3+ was co doped in yellow emitting YAG:Ce nanophosphor to introduce red emission for improving colour rendering property of white LED. Nanocrystalline YAG:Ce, YAG:Ce, Pr was synthesised by a single step auto combustion process. Photoluminescence (PL) emission spectra of YAG:Ce, Pr nanophosphor, when excited by 460nm blue light, exhibited sharp red emission peaks at 610nm from Pr3+ ions in addition to broad yellow emission from Ce3+ peaking at 540nm due to charge transfer from excited Ce3+ 5d band to 3PJ/1D2 level of Pr3+. Ce3+ (yellow) and Pr3+ (red) emission decays in tens of nanoseconds and microseconds, respectively. Electroluminescence spectra of blue LED with developed phosphor layer shows colour coordinates (0.30, 0.39) close to ideal white light.

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Published date: 2012
Organisations: Optoelectronics Research Centre

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Local EPrints ID: 356465
URI: https://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/356465
ISSN: 1745-8080
PURE UUID: fed31e48-7263-4375-9dee-eaa68f8f87b2

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Date deposited: 16 Sep 2013 11:09
Last modified: 18 Jul 2017 03:38

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