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Cerium doped gadolinium gallium aluminum garnet (GGAG:Ce) ceramic precursors have been synthesized with an ultrasonic chemical co-precipitation method (UCC) and for comparison with a traditional chemical co-precipitation method (TCC). The effect of ultra-sonication on the morphology of powders and the transmittance of GGAG:Ce ceramics are studied. The… (More)
A novel banded structure ceramic phosphor has been fabricated in this research. This structure provides a convenient and effective method for regulating the full spectrum. It has the advantage of being able to adjust the intensity of all three primary colors independently, regardless of the mutual absorption among different active ions.
By using a two-step solid-state reaction to synthesize the yellow-persistent Gd3Al2Ga3O12:Ce3+ phosphor, both the luminescence and afterglow properties were greatly enhanced. Its internal quantum efficiency reaches as high as 81.9%, indicating its promising application in reducing the flicker effect in AC-LED-based white light systems.
Gadolinium gallium aluminum garnet (GGAG) is a very promising host for the highly efficient luminescence of Ce(3+) and shows potential in radiation detection applications. However, the thermodynamically metastable structure would be slanted against it from getting high transparency. To stabilize the crystal structure of GGAG, Yb(3+) ions were codoped at the… (More)