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Luminescence in crystals.

Daniel Curie

Luminescence in crystals.

Translated by G.F.J. Garlick.

by Daniel Curie

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Published by Methuen in London .
Written in English

  • Crystals,
  • Luminescence

  • Edition Notes

    Translation and revision of Luminescence cristalline. Includes bibliography.

    The Physical Object
    Paginationxi, 332 p. diagrs. ;
    Number of Pages332
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL19193489M

    Such phenomena are the bases upon which the operation of semiconductor sources of light, image amplifiers and transformers, telescreens, and other optical-electronic apparatus depend. General properties are considered for various types of luminescence which are exhibited in crystals under the influence of both weak and strong electrical fields. Luminescence definition is - the low-temperature emission of light (as by a chemical or physiological process); also: light produced by luminescence. How to use luminescence in a . ADS Classic is now deprecated. It will be completely retired in October Please redirect your searches to the new ADS modern form or the classic info can be found on our blog.

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Piezoluminescence is a form of luminescence created by pressure upon certain solids. This phenomenon is characterized by recombination processes involving electrons, holes and impurity ion centres.

Some piezoelectric crystals give off a certain amount of piezoluminescence when under pressure. Irradiated salts, such as NaCl, KCl, KBr and polycrystalline chips of LiF (TLD. Luminescence of Crystals, Molecules, and Solutions: Proceedings of the International Conference on Luminescence Held in Leningrad, USSR, August Published by - - ISBN ISBN Jennie Harding has more than 25 years of experience as a healer, working with various modalities including crystals, essential oils, and aromatherapy remedies.

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Luminescence in crystals. London, Methuen; New York, Wiley [] (OCoLC) Document Type. Luminescence Centers in Crystals. The Lebedev Physics Institute Series Luminescence in crystals. book 79) Share your thoughts Complete your review.

Tell readers what you thought by rating and reviewing this book. Rate it * You Rated it *Brand: Springer US. The author attempts to present in a condensed form the fundamentals of the physics of luminescence.

He presents his own views on the subject. The book is divided into the following main sections:Definition and main characteristics of luminescence (classification of luminescence phenomena, absorption spectrum, luminescence spectrum, homogeneous and heterogeneous Brand: M D Galanin.

Luminescence, emission of light by certain materials when they are relatively cool. It is in contrast to light emitted from incandescent bodies, such as burning wood or coal, molten iron, and wire heated by an electric scence may be seen in neon and fluorescent lamps; television, radar, and X-ray fluoroscope screens; organic substances such as luminol or the.

Experimental Investigation of Zinc Sulfide.- Literature Cited.- Luminescence Polarization Investigation of the Structure of Doped Molecular Crystals.- 1.

Structure Investigations of Doped Naphthalene Single Crystals.- 2. Structure Investigations of Crystals with Two Impurities.- 3. Structure Investigations of Doped Anthracene Single Crystals. Luminescence of Crystals, Molecules, and Solutions Book Subtitle Proceedings of the International Conference on Luminescence held in Leningrad, USSR, August In this paper, the luminescence properties of the long persistent phosphor (LPP) were apparently improved by combining with photonic crystal (PC).

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Luminescence spectroscopy of single crystals is a technique that often leads to spectra with well-resolved vibronic structure. 25,99– In the vast majority of coordination compounds, luminescence is observed only from the lowest-energy excited state and often the polarizations are less distinct than in absorption spectra.

An illustrative example is the spectrum of the. Abstract. This book reports on the following topics: anti-Stokes radiation conversion in luminophors with rare earth ions; spectroscopy of ZnS-Tm luminescence centers; the mechanism of electrolytic activation by rare-earth and other elements in single crystals of zinc sulfide; and kinetics of luminescence polarization in europium-and thulium-activated single crystals of zinc.

This collection of papers describes investigations of luminescence centers in II-VI crystal phosphors, ruby, and molecular crystals. These investigations were carried out using spec­troscopy in a wide range of wavelengths, electron paramagnetic resonance, and.

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Scintillation and luminescence phenomena in uranyl nitrate hexahydrate, investigated by keeping a single crystal or mass of crystals in tubes under low pressure, appear to be connected with the pyroelectric property of the salt.

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The triboluminescence from the tape and the candies is a blue light, while the light from fracturing quartz is a yellow-orange. Reference Orel, V.E. (), "Triboluminescence as a biological phenomenon and methods for its investigation", Book: Proceedings of the First International School Biological Luminescence: –   Marc Hubs, author of "Reflections Of NPD" is a writer/researcher on the mind, science, psychology/psychiatry, metaphysics and consciousness.

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Over a space of more than two and half centuries, from the goniometry of the mineral crystals to microscopic petrography and. Luminescence refers to any cold light.

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