Sb掺杂的CaZnOS层状半导体中的宽带多模发射

Translated title of the contribution: Broadband multimodal emission in Sb-doped CaZnOS-layered semiconductors

Xu Li, Yuantian Zheng, Ronghua Ma, Zefeng Huang, Chunfeng Wang, Mingju Zhu, Fuchun Jiang, Yangyang Du, Xian Chen, Bolong Huang, Feng Wang, Bohan Wang, Yu Wang, Dengfeng Peng

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Abstract

Mechanoluminescent (ML) smart materials are expected to be used in stress sensors, new displays, and advanced flexible optoelectronic devices, because of their unique mechanical-to-light energy conversion properties. However, the narrow-range ML emission characteristics of single materials limit their application scope. In this work, we report on the broadband multimodal emission in Sb-doped CaZnOS layered semiconductors. A series of CaZnOS layer-structured powders with different Sb3+ doping concentrations were synthesised using a high-temperature solid-phase method. The CaZnOS:Sb3+ phosphor achieved a wide range of ML spectra (400–900 nm), adjustable photoluminescence with double luminescent peaks located at 465 and 620 nm, and the X-ray-induced luminescence characteristics were systematically studied. We have also achieved ultra-broad warm white light ML emission of Sb3+ and Bi3+ co-doped samples. Therefore, it can be expected that these ML phosphors will be used in smart lighting, displays, visible stress sensors, and X-ray imaging and detections.

Translated title of the contributionBroadband multimodal emission in Sb-doped CaZnOS-layered semiconductors
Original languageChinese (Simplified)
Pages (from-to)1329-1336
Number of pages8
JournalScience China Materials
Volume65
Issue number5
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - May 2022

Keywords

  • CaZnOS
  • doping
  • light emission
  • mechanoluminescence
  • semiconductors

ASJC Scopus subject areas

  • Materials Science(all)

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