Upconversion Luminescence Transients

O. Forte (Editor), Markus Pollnau

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Abstract

Inhomogeneous active-ion distributions in laser materials lead to strong deviations of upconversion versus direct luminescence transients from the quadratic law of energy-transfer upconversion. Measured luminescence decay curves in $LaSc_{3}(BO_{3})_{4}:Nd^{3+}$ and $GdVO_{4}:Nd^{3+}$ confirm experimentally the predicted deviations. Differences in energy migration within the metastable level of $Nd^{3+}$ are indentified.
Original languageEnglish
Pages16-17
Number of pages2
Publication statusPublished - Jun 2006
Event23rd Workshop Advances in the Study of Luminescent Materials 2006 - Erice, Sicily, Italy
Duration: 21 Jun 200626 Jun 2006
Conference number: 23

Workshop

Workshop23rd Workshop Advances in the Study of Luminescent Materials 2006
CountryItaly
CityErice, Sicily
Period21/06/0626/06/06

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luminescence
deviation
ion distribution
laser materials
energy transfer
decay
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Keywords

  • METIS-237769
  • IOMS-APD: Advanced Photonic Devices
  • EWI-8521
  • IR-66714

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Forte, O. (Ed.), & Pollnau, M. (2006). Upconversion Luminescence Transients. 16-17. Paper presented at 23rd Workshop Advances in the Study of Luminescent Materials 2006, Erice, Sicily, Italy.
Forte, O. (Editor) ; Pollnau, Markus. / Upconversion Luminescence Transients. Paper presented at 23rd Workshop Advances in the Study of Luminescent Materials 2006, Erice, Sicily, Italy.2 p.
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Forte, O (ed.) & Pollnau, M 2006, 'Upconversion Luminescence Transients' Paper presented at 23rd Workshop Advances in the Study of Luminescent Materials 2006, Erice, Sicily, Italy, 21/06/06 - 26/06/06, pp. 16-17.

Upconversion Luminescence Transients. / Forte, O. (Editor); Pollnau, Markus.

2006. 16-17 Paper presented at 23rd Workshop Advances in the Study of Luminescent Materials 2006, Erice, Sicily, Italy.

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Forte O, (ed.), Pollnau M. Upconversion Luminescence Transients. 2006. Paper presented at 23rd Workshop Advances in the Study of Luminescent Materials 2006, Erice, Sicily, Italy.