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Ultraviolet Cathodoluminescence and Photoluminescence of Zinc Sulfide

  • Yu. V. Voronov
Part of the The Lebedev Physics Institute Series book series (LPIS)

Abstract

An investigation was made of the properties and nature of the edge and other ultraviolet luminescence bands of zinc sulfide. The excitation conditions (nature of the excitation, its intensity, temperature of a crystal, intensity of infrared background illumination, etc.), conditions during synthesis, and composition (stoichiometry, quenching, crystal phase, impurity content) were varied in a wide range. The results were used to determine the energy and spectral characteristics. The radiative transitions explaining the results were identified. The explanation of the edge luminescence was based on a donor-acceptor model of radiative transitions at local levels associated with intrinsic lattice defects.

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