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White light emission of Mn-doped SnO-ZnO-P2O5 glass containing no rare earth cation.

Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University, Gokasyo, Uji, Kyoto 611-0011, Japan. masai_h@noncry.kuicr.kyoto‐u.ac.jp
Optics Letters (Impact Factor: 3.39). 08/2011; 36(15):2868-70. DOI: 10.1364/OL.36.002868
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ABSTRACT The authors have demonstrated white light emission of rare earth (RE)-free Mn-doped SnO-ZnO-P(2)O(5) glass. The RE-free glass shows white light emission with a high value of quantum efficiency (QE) comparable to conventional crystalline phosphor. It is notable that the high QE value is attained for RE-free transparent glass, and the broad emission can be continuously tuned by both the amount of activator and the composition of the glass. Since this glass possesses low-melting property, we emphasize that the glass phosphor will lead to the development of a novel inorganic white-light-emitting device in combination with a solid state UV light-emitting source.

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