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Near-field study of hot spot photoluminescence decay in ZnS:Mn nanoparticles

GRMELA, L. TOMÁNEK, P. ŠKARVADA, P.

Original Title

Near-field study of hot spot photoluminescence decay in ZnS:Mn nanoparticles

Czech Title

Studie fotoluminiscence z horkých center ZnS:Mn nanočástic pomocí optického blízkého pole

English Title

Near-field study of hot spot photoluminescence decay in ZnS:Mn nanoparticles

Type

conference paper

Language

en

Original Abstract

The local spatial distribution of photoluminescence due to the creation of hot luminescence centers was measured in the optical near-field by Scanning near-field optical microscope at emission peaks of materials (lambda =595nm), which is due to the luminescence of Mn2+ in ZnS. The excitation bandgap of ZnS forms exitons, and these excitons get the center of Mn2+ through nonradiation dominates, by means of transition of 4T1 - 6A1 luminescence. This spectrum is evidence that Mn2+ has been incorporated into the ZnS nanoparticles. In comparison with the bulk ZnS:Mn phosphors these nanoparticles have clearly higher luminescent efficiency with its luminescent decay time at least 4 orders of magnitude slower. It means that the oscillator intensity of luminescent centers in ZnS:Mn nanocrystal enhances at least 4 orders of magnitude than that in corresponding bulk ZnS:Mn. The local spatial distribution of photoluminescence due to the creation of hot luminescence centers was measured in the optical near-field by Scanning near-field optical microscope at emission peaks of materials (lambda =595nm), which is due to the luminescence of Mn2+ in ZnS. The excitation bandgap of ZnS forms exitons, and these excitons get the center of Mn2+ through nonradiation dominates, by means of transition of 4T1 - 6A1 luminescence. This spectrum is evidence that Mn2+ has been incorporated into the ZnS nanoparticles. In comparison with the bulk ZnS:Mn phosphors these nanoparticles have clearly higher luminescent efficiency with its luminescent decay time at least 4 orders of magnitude slower. It means that the oscillator intensity of luminescent centers in ZnS:Mn nanocrystal enhances at least 4 orders of magnitude than that in corresponding bulk ZnS:Mn.

Czech abstract

Lokální rozložení fotoluminiscence horkých center ZnS:Mn nanočástic bylo studováno pomocí optické mikroskopie v blízkém poli pro max. hodnotu fotoluminiscence (lambda =595nm). To je způsobeno luminiscencí Mn2+ v ZnS. Excitační pás ZnS tvoří exitony a ty se dosahují center Mn2+ pomocí dominantního nezářivého přechodu, díky luminiscenci přechodu 4T1 - 6A1. Spektrum dokazuje, že ionty Mn2+ jsou vnořeny do ZnS nanočástic. Tyto nanokrystaly mají 4krát větší světelnou účinnost než stejný objemový materiál.

English abstract

The local spatial distribution of photoluminescence due to the creation of hot luminescence centers was measured in the optical near-field by Scanning near-field optical microscope at emission peaks of materials (lambda =595nm), which is due to the luminescence of Mn2+ in ZnS. The excitation bandgap of ZnS forms exitons, and these excitons get the center of Mn2+ through nonradiation dominates, by means of transition of 4T1 - 6A1 luminescence. This spectrum is evidence that Mn2+ has been incorporated into the ZnS nanoparticles. In comparison with the bulk ZnS:Mn phosphors these nanoparticles have clearly higher luminescent efficiency with its luminescent decay time at least 4 orders of magnitude slower. It means that the oscillator intensity of luminescent centers in ZnS:Mn nanocrystal enhances at least 4 orders of magnitude than that in corresponding bulk ZnS:Mn. The local spatial distribution of photoluminescence due to the creation of hot luminescence centers was measured in the optical near-field by Scanning near-field optical microscope at emission peaks of materials (lambda =595nm), which is due to the luminescence of Mn2+ in ZnS. The excitation bandgap of ZnS forms exitons, and these excitons get the center of Mn2+ through nonradiation dominates, by means of transition of 4T1 - 6A1 luminescence. This spectrum is evidence that Mn2+ has been incorporated into the ZnS nanoparticles. In comparison with the bulk ZnS:Mn phosphors these nanoparticles have clearly higher luminescent efficiency with its luminescent decay time at least 4 orders of magnitude slower. It means that the oscillator intensity of luminescent centers in ZnS:Mn nanocrystal enhances at least 4 orders of magnitude than that in corresponding bulk ZnS:Mn.

Keywords

luminescence, hot center, ZnS:Mn, nanoparticle, optical near-field

RIV year

2008

Released

07.03.2008

Publisher

ttp Trans Tech Publications

Location

Zurich, Switzerland

ISBN

978-0-87849-469-9

Book

Materials Structure and Micromechanics of Fracture V

Edition

567-568

Pages from

421

Pages to

424

Pages count

4

BibTex


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  author="Lubomír {Grmela} and Pavel {Tománek} and Pavel {Škarvada}",
  title="Near-field study of hot spot photoluminescence decay in ZnS:Mn nanoparticles",
  annote="The local spatial distribution of photoluminescence due to the creation of hot luminescence centers was measured in the optical near-field by Scanning near-field optical microscope at emission peaks of materials (lambda =595nm), which is due to the luminescence of Mn2+ in ZnS. The excitation bandgap of ZnS forms exitons, and these excitons get the center of Mn2+ through nonradiation dominates, by means of transition of 4T1 - 6A1 luminescence. This spectrum is evidence that Mn2+ has been incorporated into the ZnS nanoparticles. In comparison with the bulk ZnS:Mn phosphors these nanoparticles have clearly higher luminescent efficiency with its luminescent decay time at least 4 orders of magnitude slower. It means that the oscillator intensity of luminescent centers in ZnS:Mn nanocrystal enhances at least 4 orders of magnitude than that in corresponding bulk ZnS:Mn.
The local spatial distribution of photoluminescence due to the creation of hot luminescence centers was measured in the optical near-field by Scanning near-field optical microscope at emission peaks of materials (lambda =595nm), which is due to the luminescence of Mn2+ in ZnS. The excitation bandgap of ZnS forms exitons, and these excitons get the center of Mn2+ through nonradiation dominates, by means of transition of 4T1 - 6A1 luminescence. This spectrum is evidence that Mn2+ has been incorporated into the ZnS nanoparticles. In comparison with the bulk ZnS:Mn phosphors these nanoparticles have clearly higher luminescent efficiency with its luminescent decay time at least 4 orders of magnitude slower. It means that the oscillator intensity of luminescent centers in ZnS:Mn nanocrystal enhances at least 4 orders of magnitude than that in corresponding bulk ZnS:Mn.


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