Direct verification of energy back transfer from Yb 4f-shell to InP host

Taguchi, Akihito; Taniguchi, Moriyuki
February 1992
Applied Physics Letters;2/24/1992, Vol. 60 Issue 8, p965
Academic Journal
Analyzes a direct verification of energy back transfer from ytterbium 4f-shell to indium phosphide host. Proposal of the energy back transfer as a mechanism for thermal quenching of intra-4f-shell luminescence; Analysis on the photoluminescence time decay of the band-edge related luminescence for the doped semiconductor.


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