Energy levels and zero field splitting parameter for Fe2+ doped in ZnS

Ivaşcu, Simona
November 2013
AIP Conference Proceedings;Nov2013, Vol. 1564 Issue 1, p147
Academic Journal
The aim of present paper is to report the results on the modeling of the crystal field parameters of Fe2+ doped in host matrix ZnS, simulate the energy levels scheme and calculate the zero field splitting parameter D of such system. The crystal field parameters were modeled in the frame of the superposition model of crystal field and the simulation of the energy levels scheme and calculation of the zero field splitting parameters done by diagonalization the Hamiltonian of Fe2+:ZnS system. The obtained results were disscused and compared with experimental data. Satisfactory agreement have been obtained.


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