Afterglow Luminescence in Wet-Chemically Synthesized Inorganic Materials: Ultra-Long Room Temperature Phosphorescence Instead of Persistent Luminescence.

@article{Sontakke2017AfterglowLI,
  title={Afterglow Luminescence in Wet-Chemically Synthesized Inorganic Materials: Ultra-Long Room Temperature Phosphorescence Instead of Persistent Luminescence.},
  author={A. Sontakke and A. Ferrier and P. Burner and V. F. Guimar{\~a}es and M. Sala{\"u}n and V. Maurel and I. Gautier-Luneau and A. Ibanez and B. Viana},
  journal={The journal of physical chemistry letters},
  year={2017},
  volume={8 19},
  pages={
          4735-4739
        }
}
Wet-chemically synthesized amorphous yttrium-aluminum-borates (a-YAB) exhibit intense visible photoluminescence (PL). Preliminary investigations revealed a correlation of PL with the presence of carbon-related impurities; however, their exact nature is still under investigation. These powders also exhibit afterglow luminescence that lasts for several seconds at room-temperature (RT). A comparison with persistent phosphors and phosphorescent dye revealed that the afterglow in a-YAB is a… Expand
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