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Title: Testing Performance of Pr3+-doped KLuP2O7 upon UV-, Synchrotron X-Ray and Cathode-Ray Excitation
Authors: Pustovarov, V. A.
Ivanovskikh, K. V.
Kiselev, S. A.
Trofimova, E. S.
Omelkov, S.
Bettinelli, M.
Issue Date: 2020
Publisher: Elsevier B.V.
Elsevier BV
Citation: Testing Performance of Pr3+-doped KLuP2O7 upon UV-, Synchrotron X-Ray and Cathode-Ray Excitation / V. A. Pustovarov, K. V. Ivanovskikh, S. A. Kiselev et al. // Optical Materials. — 2020. — Vol. 108. — 110234.
Abstract: The luminescent characteristics of the double phosphate KLuP2O7 doped with Pr3+ ions, a promising optical material for scintillator applications, were investigated using various experimental spectroscopic techniques. KLuP2O7:Pr3+ shows Pr3+ emission associated with interconfigurational 4f15d1→4f2 transitions located in the UV range (250–320 nm), intraconfigurational 4f2→4f2 transitions (weak lines in the visible spectral range) and defect-related luminescence. The light output of X-ray or cathode ray excited Pr3+ 4f15d1→4f2 luminescence is found to be nearly independent of temperature in the range of 90–400 K. The output of pulsed cathode luminescence shows thermal quenching above 450 K characterized by an activation energy of about 0.5 eV. Upon excitation with pulsed cathode rays or high-frequency (~8 MHz) X-ray synchrotron radiation, the luminescence decay kinetics of Pr3+ 4f15d1→4f2 transitions are dominated by a decay component with lifetime of about 20 ns. An additional slower decay component with lifetime of 75 ns was observed upon cathode ray excitation and was shown to result from delayed host-to-impurity energy transfer. The latter, in turn, originates from re-trapping of charge carriers at defect-related traps whose presence was demonstrated by thermoluminescence measurements. Parameters of the trapping centers were estimated. Peculiarities of host-to-impurity energy transfer are analysed and discussed. © 2020 Elsevier B.V.
Keywords: 4F15D1→4F2 RADIATIVE TRANSITIONS
ENERGY TRANSFER
KLUP2O7
LUMINESCENCE DECAY KINETICS
PULSED CATHODE RAY EXCITED LUMINESCENCE
TL GLOW CURVES
X-RAY EXCITED LUMINESCENCE
ACTIVATION ENERGY
CARRIER MOBILITY
CATHODE RAYS
DEFECTS
ENERGY TRANSFER
LUMINESCENCE
LUTETIUM COMPOUNDS
PRASEODYMIUM COMPOUNDS
SYNCHROTRON RADIATION
SYNCHROTRONS
X RAYS
CATHODE LUMINESCENCE
LUMINESCENCE DECAY KINETICS
LUMINESCENT CHARACTERISTICS
SPECTROSCOPIC TECHNIQUE
SYNCHROTRON X RAYS
TESTING PERFORMANCE
VISIBLE SPECTRAL RANGE
X-RAY SYNCHROTRON RADIATION
CATHODES
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10995/112262
Access: info:eu-repo/semantics/openAccess
SCOPUS ID: 85088901711
PURE ID: 13666064
ISSN: 0925-3467
metadata.dc.description.sponsorship: The work was partially supported by the Ministry of Science and Higher Education of the Russian Federation (through the basic part of the government mandate, Project No. FEUZ-2020-0060), Act 211 Government of the Russian Federation (contract № 02.A03.21.0006 ) and RFMEFI62117X0012 project as well as by Estonian Research Council (project PRG629 ) and Estonian Centre of Excellence in Research “Advanced materials and high-technology devices for sustainable energetics, sensorics and nanoelectronics” TK141 (2014-2020.4.01.15-0011) . E. Trofimva is thankful for support by European Regional Development Fund (Dora Plus program). The time-resolved X-ray excited measurements were performed at the Shared research center SSTRC based on the NovoFEL/VEPP-4 - VEPP-2000 facilities at Budker Institute of Nuclear Physics (Siberian Branch of Russian Academy of Sciences, Novosibirsk, Russia) while using experimental equipment funded by RFMEFI62119X0022 project. Authors thank Erica Viviani (University of Verona) for assistance in the synthesis of the samples. The support of Department of Biotechnology, Univ. Verona (FUR funding scheme) is gratefully acknowledged.
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