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Milestone Series volumes are collections of seminal papers that have .

Milestone Series volumes are collections of seminal papers that have defined their fields, from Newton's first reflections on optics to modern breakthroughs in nanotechnology. Selected Papers on Phosphors, Light Emitting Diodes, and Scintillators: Applications of Photoluminescence, Cathodoluminescence, Electroluminescence, and Radioluminescence.

Light-emitting diode (LED) devices were fabricated and tested using . The electroluminescence properties of BBDCZPD demonstrate its potential application in OLEDs.

Light-emitting diode (LED) devices were fabricated and tested using platinum octaethylporphyrin (PtOEP) as a dopant. With emission in the red part of the spectrum (645 nm), PtOEP was efficiently excited. By time-resolved measurements of light emission, it was found that the excitation arises by capture at the PtOEP of both singlet and triplet excitations formed in the polymer host.

The πconjugated polymer poly(pdiethynylbenzene) (PDEB) has potential applications in electronics and optics; however, its poor solubility and processability have limited its usefulness. The new synthesis reported here makes use of a novel nickel catalyst, and gives rise to PDEB with good solubility and excellent thermal stability characteristics.

Photoluminescence excitation (abbreviated PLE) is a specific type of photoluminescence and concerns the interaction between electromagnetic radiation and matter. It is used in spectroscopic measurements where the frequency of the excitation light is varied, and the luminescence is monitored at the typical emission frequency of the material being studied. Peaks in the PLE spectra often represent absorption lines of the material.

This application note presents a brief comparison in characterization of light-emitting material such as GaN using electroluminescence . It is well known that photoluminescence is not equivalent to electroluminescence

This application note presents a brief comparison in characterization of light-emitting material such as GaN using electroluminescence and photoluminescence. In photoluminescence (PL), excess carriers (electrons and holes) are photo-excited by exposure to a sufficiently intense light source, and the luminescence emitted from the radiative recombination of these photo-excited carriers. PL mapping combines conventional PL with a scanning stage. It is well known that photoluminescence is not equivalent to electroluminescence. High photo-luminescence efficiency is necessary but not sufficient for good light-emitting materials or wafers.

Photoluminescence, which occurs by virtue of electromagnetic radiation falling on matter, may range from visible light .

Photoluminescence, which occurs by virtue of electromagnetic radiation falling on matter, may range from visible light through ultraviolet, X-ray, and gamma radiation. It has been shown that, in luminescence caused by light, the wavelength of emitted light generally is equal to or longer than that of the exciting light (. of equal or less energy). The first practical application of cathodoluminescence was in the viewing screen of an oscilloscope tube constructed in 1897; similar screens, employing improved crystal phosphors, are used in television, radar, oscilloscopes, and electron microscopes.

File: Electroluminescence OLED. Similar white papers and application notes. Your contact information. Photophysical Characterisation of Perovskite Quantum DotsPerovskite Quantum Dots are a promising new class of light emitters. In this paper a complete photophysical characterisation, comprising of absorption spectra, photoluminescence spectra

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This volume contains a selection of papers focusing on phosphors, light emitting diodes, and scintillators.