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Title: Ce-doped Li6Ln(BO3)3 (Ln = Y, Gd) Single crystals fibers grown by micro-pulling down method and luminescence properties
Authors: Koroleva, T. S.
Kidibaev, M. M.
Nehari, A.
Pedrini, C.
Lebbou, K.
Belsky, A. N.
Tcherepanov, A. N.
Ishchenko, A. V.
Ivanov, V. Yu.
Sedunova, I. N.
Teslenko, O. S.
Viktorov, L. V.
Shulgin, B. V.
Zheng, L. H.
Xu, J.
Kononets, V.
Sidletskiy, O.
Issue Date: 2013
Citation: Ce-doped Li6Ln(BO3)3 (Ln = Y, Gd) Single crystals fibers grown by micro-pulling down method and luminescence properties / T. S. Koroleva, M. M. Kidibaev, A. Nehari [et al.] // Optical Materials. — 2013. — Vol. 35. — № 5. — P. 868-874.
Abstract: Ce3+-doped borate crystal fibers of Li6Gd(BO 3)3 (LGBO) and Li6Y(BO3)3 (LYBO) compositions are grown by the micro-pulling down (μ-PD) method for potential application in developing new neutron detectors. The ternary equilibrium diagram of Li2O-Gd2O3-B 2O3 is drawn and the preparations of homogeneous mixed LGBO and LYBO powders and growth conditions for single crystal fibers are discussed. Absorption, excitation and X-ray luminescence spectra are investigated. Absolute light yield derived from energy spectra and kinetic decay curves measured under α- and γ-scintillations of Ce 3+-doped LGBO and LYBO single crystal fibers is provided. © 2012 Elsevier B.V. All rights reserved.
Keywords: CE 3+-DOPED LGBO
CE3+-DOPED LYBO
CRYSTAL GROWTH
OPTICAL MATERIALS AND PROPERTIES
SCINTILLATION
ABSOLUTE LIGHT YIELD
EQUILIBRIUM DIAGRAMS
GROWTH CONDITIONS
LUMINESCENCE PROPERTIES
MICRO-PULLING DOWN
OPTICAL MATERIALS AND PROPERTIES
SINGLE CRYSTAL FIBER
X RAY LUMINESCENCE
CRYSTAL GROWTH
CRYSTAL WHISKERS
LUMINESCENCE
SCINTILLATION
LITHIUM
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10995/27555
SCOPUS ID: 84875229039
PURE ID: 909804
ISSN: 0925-3467
DOI: 10.1016/j.optmat.2012.10.045
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