Electron-phono interactions in CsCdBr[sub 3]:Yb[sup 3+]

Hehlen, Markus P.; Kuditcher, Amos
October 1997
Journal of Chemical Physics;10/1/1997, Vol. 107 Issue 13, p4886
Academic Journal
Presents electron-photon coupling for transitions of Yb-doped into CsCdBr. Comparison of the Raman spectrum and the luminescence excitation sideband accompanying the crystal-field transition; Vibrational properties of the coordination unit; Vibronic transition associated with the totally symmetric stretching mode.


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