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Luminescence properties and thermal quenching behavior of Dy3+ activated Ca5Y3Na2(PO4)5(SiO4)F2 phosphor

  • Yifan Wang
  • Yurong Shi
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Abstract

Dy3+ activated Ca5Y3Na2(PO4)5(SiO4)F2 phosphor was prepared via solid state reaction and its luminescence properties were investigated. XRD patterns confirm that all samples exhibit pure apatite phase. The analysis revealed that under UV light excitation, Ca5Y3Na2(PO4)5(SiO4)F2:Dy3+ phosphor exhibit blue and yellow peaks with CIE coordinates of (0.396, 0.421) and CCT of 3916 K. The concentration quenching mechanism between Dy3+ has been investigated. Excellent thermal stability was found in this new apatite phosphor. Besides, three additional emission peaks appear under higher temperature. With increasing temperature, the emission intensity of new peaks increase, which could be contributed to 4I15/26Hj (j = 15/2, 13/2, 11/2) transitions of Dy3+. The abnormal thermal quenching behavior was discussed in detail.

Keywords

Apatite Blue Emission Apatite Phosphor Strong Excitation Peak Inorganic Luminescence Material 
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Acknowledgments

Project supported by Program for Scientific Research Foundation of the Higher Education Institutions of He’nan Province (15A430054), High level personnel fund of Zhoukou Normal University (ZKNU2014106), Open project of Zhoukou Normal University (K201501).

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Patent Examination Cooperation Center of the Patent OfficeSIPOZhengzhouChina
  2. 2.The Key Laboratory of Rare Earth Functional Materials and ApplicationsZhoukou Normal UniversityZhoukouChina

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