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Effect of the synthetic route on the morphological and temperature-dependent photoluminescence properties of Na3ZrF7(Yb,Er) nanoparticles

Simona Premcheska (UGent) , Mirijam Lederer (UGent) and Anna Kaczmarek (UGent)
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Lanthanide-doped upconversion nanoparticles with sensitive and optically stable thermometric performance are becoming widely investigated in various scientific and industrial fields. Their tuneable dimensions and morphology, as well as their inherently advantageous structural parameters such as the low crystal lattice phonon energies, high chemical stabilities, sharp emission peaks, and relatively long emission lifetimes, make them frontrunners in many imminent applications for (bio)imaging, temperature sensing, and even theranostic purposes [1]. Despite significant research on fluoride host materials, Na3ZrF7 remains rarely and insufficiently investigated, even though it manifests some promising features like nontoxicity in contact with healthy cells and enhanced in vivo biodegradability to small non-toxic residues at lower pH values [2,3]. The insufficient insight is caused by a lack of much-needed systematic investigations of the most commonly exploited synthetic approaches such as coprecipitation, thermal decomposition, and solvothermal routes for this material. In our present work, we investigate and compare how different synthetic routes and slight modifications of controlled parameters affect the morphology and the upconversion photoluminescence properties of the as-prepared nanoparticles. Such investigation is crucial to fully characterize and optimize the performance of this lanthanide-ion host matrix, especially for future biological applications.
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upconversion, synthetic routes, lanthanides, photoluminescence, thermometry

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Premcheska, Simona, et al. “Effect of the Synthetic Route on the Morphological and Temperature-Dependent Photoluminescence Properties of Na3ZrF7(Yb,Er) Nanoparticles.” CRF-ChemCYS 2022, Abstracts, 2022.
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Premcheska, S., Lederer, M., & Kaczmarek, A. (2022). Effect of the synthetic route on the morphological and temperature-dependent photoluminescence properties of Na3ZrF7(Yb,Er) nanoparticles. CRF-ChemCYS 2022, Abstracts. Presented at the CRF-ChemCYS 2022, Blankenberge.
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Premcheska, Simona, Mirijam Lederer, and Anna Kaczmarek. 2022. “Effect of the Synthetic Route on the Morphological and Temperature-Dependent Photoluminescence Properties of Na3ZrF7(Yb,Er) Nanoparticles.” In CRF-ChemCYS 2022, Abstracts.
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Premcheska, Simona, Mirijam Lederer, and Anna Kaczmarek. 2022. “Effect of the Synthetic Route on the Morphological and Temperature-Dependent Photoluminescence Properties of Na3ZrF7(Yb,Er) Nanoparticles.” In CRF-ChemCYS 2022, Abstracts.
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Premcheska S, Lederer M, Kaczmarek A. Effect of the synthetic route on the morphological and temperature-dependent photoluminescence properties of Na3ZrF7(Yb,Er) nanoparticles. In: CRF-ChemCYS 2022, Abstracts. 2022.
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S. Premcheska, M. Lederer, and A. Kaczmarek, “Effect of the synthetic route on the morphological and temperature-dependent photoluminescence properties of Na3ZrF7(Yb,Er) nanoparticles,” in CRF-ChemCYS 2022, Abstracts, Blankenberge, 2022.
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  abstract     = {{Lanthanide-doped upconversion nanoparticles with sensitive and optically stable thermometric performance are becoming widely investigated in various scientific and industrial fields. Their tuneable dimensions and morphology, as well as their inherently advantageous structural parameters such as the low crystal lattice phonon energies, high chemical stabilities, sharp emission peaks, and relatively long emission lifetimes, make them frontrunners in many imminent applications for (bio)imaging, temperature sensing, and even theranostic purposes [1].
Despite significant research on fluoride host materials, Na3ZrF7 remains rarely and insufficiently investigated, even though it manifests some promising features like nontoxicity in contact with healthy cells and enhanced in vivo biodegradability to small non-toxic residues at lower pH values [2,3]. The insufficient insight is caused by a lack of much-needed systematic investigations of the most commonly exploited synthetic approaches such as coprecipitation, thermal decomposition, and solvothermal routes for this material.
In our present work, we investigate and compare how different synthetic routes and slight modifications of controlled parameters affect the morphology and the upconversion photoluminescence properties of the as-prepared nanoparticles. Such investigation is crucial to fully characterize and optimize the performance of this
lanthanide-ion host matrix, especially for future biological applications.}},
  author       = {{Premcheska, Simona and Lederer, Mirijam and Kaczmarek, Anna}},
  booktitle    = {{CRF-ChemCYS 2022, Abstracts}},
  keywords     = {{upconversion,synthetic routes,lanthanides,photoluminescence,thermometry}},
  language     = {{eng}},
  location     = {{Blankenberge}},
  pages        = {{1}},
  title        = {{Effect of the synthetic route on the morphological and temperature-dependent photoluminescence properties of Na3ZrF7(Yb,Er) nanoparticles}},
  year         = {{2022}},
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