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Patwardhan, S. (author)
The field of organic electronics has been thriving for the last decades due to growing commercial interest. One of the advantages of using organic materials as semiconductors is the possibility to tune their optoelectronic properties by modifying the chemical structure and organization of the building blocks. In this thesis, the properties of...
doctoral thesis 2011
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Dorenbos, P. (author)
A mechanism of persistent luminescence that was proposed in 1996 for SrAl2O4:Eu2+;Dy3+ has been widely adopted to explain afterglow in many Eu2+ and Dy3+ codoped aluminates and silicates. The mechanism involves the thermally activated release of a hole from Eu2+ in its excited 5d state to the valence band which is subsequently trapped by Dy3+....
journal article 2005
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Van der Kolk, E. (author), Basun, S.A. (author), Imbusch, G.F. (author), Yen, W.M. (author)
Electron delocalization processes of optically excited states of Ce3+ impurities in Lu2SiO5 were investigated by means of a temperature and spectrally resolved photoconductivity study. By monitoring separately the strength of the photocurrent resulting from excitation into each of the Ce3+?5d absorption bands, over a broad temperature region,...
journal article 2003