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Temperature dependent persistent luminescence: Evaluating the optimum working temperature.

(2019) Scientific reports. 9(1). p.10517-10517
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Development of persistent luminescent materials has drawn continuous attention in recent years in view of their potential applications in the fields of security night-vision signage, in vivo bio-imaging and optical data storage. Currently, the normative evaluation of a new persistent luminescent material is focused on the light emission spectrum, the afterglow decay curve and the total duration time of the persistent luminescence. In this paper, we investigate the temperature dependent persistent luminescence in some well-known persistent phosphors and relate this to their thermoluminescence properties. The concept of the optimum working temperature is proposed as a new means for evaluating persistent phosphors. It is shown that there is a clear relation between the efficient temperature range of the afterglow output and the thermoluminescence glow curve. The experimental work is supported by simulations of thermoluminescence and afterglow characteristics. The concept of the optimum working temperature for persistent phosphors can be used as an evaluative criterion for applications in various working environments.
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persistent luminescence, thermoluminescence

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Du, Jiaren, Olivier Q De Clercq, and Dirk Poelman. 2019. “Temperature Dependent Persistent Luminescence: Evaluating the Optimum Working Temperature.” Scientific Reports 9 (1): 10517–10517.
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Du, Jiaren, De Clercq, O. Q., & Poelman, D. (2019). Temperature dependent persistent luminescence: Evaluating the optimum working temperature. Scientific reports, 9(1), 10517–10517.
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Du J, De Clercq OQ, Poelman D. Temperature dependent persistent luminescence: Evaluating the optimum working temperature. Scientific reports. 2019;9(1):10517–10517.
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Du, Jiaren, Olivier Q De Clercq, and Dirk Poelman. “Temperature Dependent Persistent Luminescence: Evaluating the Optimum Working Temperature.” Scientific reports 9.1 (2019): 10517–10517. Print.
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  abstract     = {Development of persistent luminescent materials has drawn continuous attention in recent years in view of their potential applications in the fields of security night-vision signage, in vivo bio-imaging and optical data storage. Currently, the normative evaluation of a new persistent luminescent material is focused on the light emission spectrum, the afterglow decay curve and the total duration time of the persistent luminescence. In this paper, we investigate the temperature dependent persistent luminescence in some well-known persistent phosphors and relate this to their thermoluminescence properties. The concept of the optimum working temperature is proposed as a new means for evaluating persistent phosphors. It is shown that there is a clear relation between the efficient temperature range of the afterglow output and the thermoluminescence glow curve. The experimental work is supported by simulations of thermoluminescence and afterglow characteristics. The concept of the optimum working temperature for persistent phosphors can be used as an evaluative criterion for applications in various working environments.},
  author       = {Du, Jiaren and De Clercq, Olivier Q and Poelman, Dirk},
  issn         = {2045-2322},
  journal      = {Scientific reports},
  keywords     = {persistent luminescence,thermoluminescence},
  language     = {eng},
  number       = {1},
  pages        = {10517--10517},
  title        = {Temperature dependent persistent luminescence: Evaluating the optimum working temperature.},
  url          = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1038/s41598-019-46889-z},
  volume       = {9},
  year         = {2019},
}

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