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On the luminescence of Ti4+ and Eu3+ in monoclinic ZrO2: high performance optical thermometry derived from energy transfer
G. H. Pan,L. L. Zhang,H. J. Wu,X. S. Qu,H. Wu,Z. D. Hao,L. G. Zhang,X. Zhang and J. H. Zhang
2020
Source PublicationJournal of Materials Chemistry C
ISSN2050-7526
Volume8Issue:13Pages:4518-4533
AbstractMonoclinic ZrO2 (m-ZrO2) is an attractive material for photonic applications due to its low site symmetry and phonon energy. In this paper, we present detailed studies on the luminescence properties of Ti4+ and Eu3+ in m-ZrO2. In view of the continuing controversy over the origin of "intrinsic" white-blue luminescence in pristine m-ZrO2, more spectroscopic information obtained by characterizing m-ZrO2 intentionally doped with Ti4+, Ti3+ and other metal ions and extensive discussions on the general characteristics of different luminescence processes were provided to evidence the luminescence as the Ti3+ -> O- charge transfer transition in the [Ti(iv)O-7](10-) complex due to the trace amount of Ti4+ impurity in ZrO2 reagent. Competitive absorption was observed between host exciton and oxygen-metal charge transfer processes (O2--Ti4+, O2--Eu3+), and even between the two types of charge transfer process because of the sharing of electrons at the top of the valence band, which greatly influenced the absorption and excitation processes. The spectral components comprising the broad excitation band of O2--Ti4+ white-blue or Eu3+ red emissions in different phosphors were identified, and their evolutions with doping concentration were explained. The energy state locations of oxygen defects produced by intrinsic charge compensation in m-ZrO2:Eu3+ were proposed to be similar to 2.41 eV above the top of the valence band by using Eu3+ for the luminescent probe. Efficient energy transfer from the [Ti(iv)O-7](10-) complex to Eu3+ was first observed in m-ZrO2:Ti4+,Eu3+ phosphors, which were demonstrated to be high performance ratiometric self-referencing optical thermometric materials based on the dual-emitting combination strategy, with the relative sensitivity amounting to similar to 3.84% K-1. Optical thermometry not only covering the physiological temperature range but also with high relative sensitivity could be achieved upon appropriate doping.
DOI10.1039/c9tc06992e
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Collection中国科学院长春光学精密机械与物理研究所
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G. H. Pan,L. L. Zhang,H. J. Wu,X. S. Qu,H. Wu,Z. D. Hao,L. G. Zhang,X. Zhang and J. H. Zhang. On the luminescence of Ti4+ and Eu3+ in monoclinic ZrO2: high performance optical thermometry derived from energy transfer[J]. Journal of Materials Chemistry C,2020,8(13):4518-4533.
APA G. H. Pan,L. L. Zhang,H. J. Wu,X. S. Qu,H. Wu,Z. D. Hao,L. G. Zhang,X. Zhang and J. H. Zhang.(2020).On the luminescence of Ti4+ and Eu3+ in monoclinic ZrO2: high performance optical thermometry derived from energy transfer.Journal of Materials Chemistry C,8(13),4518-4533.
MLA G. H. Pan,L. L. Zhang,H. J. Wu,X. S. Qu,H. Wu,Z. D. Hao,L. G. Zhang,X. Zhang and J. H. Zhang."On the luminescence of Ti4+ and Eu3+ in monoclinic ZrO2: high performance optical thermometry derived from energy transfer".Journal of Materials Chemistry C 8.13(2020):4518-4533.
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