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Luminescence of hydrothermally synthesized lanthanide doped nanophosphors

Matthias Van Zele (UGent) , Anna Kaczmarek (UGent) , Jonas Feys (UGent) , Petra Lommens (UGent) , Klaartje De Buysser (UGent) , Isabel Van Driessche (UGent) and Rik Van Deun (UGent)
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Nano sized luminescent materials are structures that can be used in a wide range of applications such as LED’s, computer monitors, fluorescent materials, nanocomposites, etc. The nanoparticles obtained can be deposited on a wide variety of organic or inorganic substrates by making use of wet deposition methods, which broadens the field of applications even further. As a surplus, these materials are often able to be synthesized by making use of green reaction pathways. First, the hydrothermal synthesis of lanthanum hydroxycarbonate nanoparticles in absence of extra ligands was investigated. By small changes in reaction parameters the morphology of the particles was tuned towards spherical shapes. Afterwards, the conversion of the obtained nanoparticles to lanthanum oxycarbonate and lanthanum oxide materials was followed by conducting additional heat treatments. Subsequently, the particles were tested for luminescence of the lanthanide ions. This was done by doping selected samples with Ce3+, Pr3+, Nd3+, Sm3+, Eu3+, Tb3+, Dy3+, Ho3+, Er3+, Tm3+ and Yb3+, a wide range of trivalent lanthanide ions. A comparative study between the materials and their luminescent properties was made.

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Van Zele, Matthias, et al. “Luminescence of Hydrothermally Synthesized Lanthanide Doped Nanophosphors.” Belgian Ceramic Society, Annual Meeting, Abstracts, Belgian Ceramic Society (BCerS), 2015.
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Van Zele, M., Kaczmarek, A., Feys, J., Lommens, P., De Buysser, K., Van Driessche, I., & Van Deun, R. (2015). Luminescence of hydrothermally synthesized lanthanide doped nanophosphors. In Belgian Ceramic Society, Annual meeting, Abstracts. Mons, Belgium: Belgian Ceramic Society (BCerS).
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Van Zele, Matthias, Anna Kaczmarek, Jonas Feys, Petra Lommens, Klaartje De Buysser, Isabel Van Driessche, and Rik Van Deun. 2015. “Luminescence of Hydrothermally Synthesized Lanthanide Doped Nanophosphors.” In Belgian Ceramic Society, Annual Meeting, Abstracts. Belgian Ceramic Society (BCerS).
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Van Zele, Matthias, Anna Kaczmarek, Jonas Feys, Petra Lommens, Klaartje De Buysser, Isabel Van Driessche, and Rik Van Deun. 2015. “Luminescence of Hydrothermally Synthesized Lanthanide Doped Nanophosphors.” In Belgian Ceramic Society, Annual Meeting, Abstracts. Belgian Ceramic Society (BCerS).
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Van Zele M, Kaczmarek A, Feys J, Lommens P, De Buysser K, Van Driessche I, et al. Luminescence of hydrothermally synthesized lanthanide doped nanophosphors. In: Belgian Ceramic Society, Annual meeting, Abstracts. Belgian Ceramic Society (BCerS); 2015.
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M. Van Zele et al., “Luminescence of hydrothermally synthesized lanthanide doped nanophosphors,” in Belgian Ceramic Society, Annual meeting, Abstracts, Mons, Belgium, 2015.
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  abstract     = {Nano sized luminescent materials are structures that can be used in a wide range of applications such as LED’s, computer monitors, fluorescent materials, nanocomposites, etc. The nanoparticles obtained can be deposited on a wide variety of organic or inorganic substrates by making use of wet deposition methods, which broadens the field of applications even further. As a surplus, these materials are often able to be synthesized by making use of green reaction pathways.
First, the hydrothermal synthesis of lanthanum hydroxycarbonate nanoparticles in absence of extra ligands was investigated. By small changes in reaction parameters the morphology of the particles was tuned towards spherical shapes. Afterwards, the conversion of the obtained nanoparticles to lanthanum oxycarbonate and lanthanum oxide materials was followed by conducting additional heat treatments.
Subsequently, the particles were tested for luminescence of the lanthanide ions. This was done by doping selected samples with Ce3+, Pr3+, Nd3+, Sm3+, Eu3+, Tb3+, Dy3+, Ho3+, Er3+, Tm3+ and Yb3+, a wide range of trivalent lanthanide ions. A comparative study between the materials and their luminescent properties was made.},
  author       = {Van Zele, Matthias and Kaczmarek, Anna and Feys, Jonas and Lommens, Petra and De Buysser, Klaartje and Van Driessche, Isabel and Van Deun, Rik},
  booktitle    = {Belgian Ceramic Society, Annual meeting, Abstracts},
  language     = {eng},
  location     = {Mons, Belgium},
  publisher    = {Belgian Ceramic Society (BCerS)},
  title        = {Luminescence of hydrothermally synthesized lanthanide doped nanophosphors},
  year         = {2015},
}