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Talgorn, E.C.V. (author)
Colloidal semiconductor nanoparticles, also called quantum dots, have unique opto-electronic properties that make them promising candidates for many applications such as solar cells, light–emitting diodes, lasers, or biological imaging. One of the most interesting features is that the bandgap energy can be tuned by changing the particle size....
doctoral thesis 2010
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Van der Kolk, E. (author), De Haas, J.T.M. (author), Bos, A.J.J. (author), Van Eijk, C.W.E. (author), Dorenbos, P. (author)
A combined photoconductivity, absorption, and thermoluminescence study was performed to understand the absence of luminescence from Ce3+ in LaAlO3:Ce3+. It is demonstrated that the absence of luminescence is the result of Ce3+ ionization from the 5d excited states, which are all located in the conduction band. Ce3+ ionization is accompanied by...
journal article 2007
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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