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Cr3+→Nd3+ energy transfer in fluorophosphate glass investigated by time-resolved laser spectroscopy

AuthorsBalda, Rolindes ; Fernández, Joaquín ; Pablos, Ángel de ; Fernández Navarro, José María
Issue Date1993
PublisherAmerican Physical Society
CitationPhysical Review B 48: 2941-2948 (1993)
AbstractEnergy transfer between chromium and neodymium ions in a mixed fluorophosphate glass [21.74Al(PO3)3-57.8BaF2-16.96AlF3] has been investigated in the 4.2-300 K temperature range by using steady-state and time-resolved laser spectroscopy. Radiative and nonradiative energy transfer has been demonstrated from the time-resolved emission spectra and the decrease of the Cr3+ lifetimes. Comparison between time-resolved emission spectra for Cr3+ singly doped and codoped samples with different Nd3+ concentrations shows that the radiative transfer is linearly dependent on Nd3+ concentration. The nonradiative energy transfer is consistent with an electric-dipole-electric-dipole interaction mechanism. Good agreement is found if transfer efficiency corrected for Nd-Nd self-quenching is compared with the measured sensitized Nd3+ luminescence. The transfer efficiency of a Cr3+, Nd3+ system in the investigated fluorophosphate glass has also been compared with previous results in a pure fluoride glass giving a higher efficiency for the fluorophosphate glass if the Nd2O3 concentration is kept below 2 wt %. © 1993 The American Physical Society.
Identifiersdoi: 10.1103/PhysRevB.48.2941
issn: 0163-1829
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