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Mobility of F centers in potassium chloride crystals containing divalent ions

Ester Hung-Quei Halim

Mobility of F centers in potassium chloride crystals containing divalent ions

by Ester Hung-Quei Halim

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  • Potassium chloride.

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    Statementby Ester Hung-Quei Halim.
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    Pagination[10], 70 leaves, bound :
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    Interestingly, 3 exhibits a sharp and weak absorption at nm ( cm –1; ε = 18 M –1 cm –1), exactly in the range expected for the 2 F 7/2 → 2 F 5/2 f−f transition and comparable to the most intense luminescence f−f emissions recently reported by Nocton for Tm(II) complexes (ca. nm, cm –1).Cited by:   The chloride ions diffuse into the surface and combine with K atoms. The electrons produced by the ionization of the K Atoms then diffuse into the crystals and are then trapped in the anion vacancies called F- centers. the excess of the K+ ions in KCl makes the crystal appear violet 1 1

    Crystals were produced in mM MES-bis-tris pH , % v/v PEG , mM ammonium citrate, 6% w/v PEG Crystals appeared in 2 to 3 days and matured in size within two weeks time, yet the loss of sharp edges and a degradation of diffraction quality was observed after an additional two weeks time. Polarized luminescence from divalent S 2 ion-cation vacancy complexes in potassium halide single crystals. Scacco, A. / Jacobs, P.W.M. / Belliveau, T Laser excitation and spin coherence of phosphorescent F 2+ 2 centers in CaO. Glasbeek, M Fluorometry of absorbant and turbid samples and the lateral mobility in membranes of intact.

      The sample thickness t f required to obtain a fraction f of the maximum possible signal (that obtained with an infinitely thick sample) is given by: 8 Figure Figure19a 19 a and b shows a series of fluorescence curves for a selection of biologically relevant elements plotted as a function of sample thickness t, calculated using eq 6 assuming a Cited by: Dr. Burger is an elected Phi Beta Kappa Honorary Member and a Fellow of the SPIE optics and photonics society and together with his colleagues and collaborators is a four-time recipient of the R&D Award, in , , and for developing new methods to grow crystals and various compact sensors to detect and image radiation.


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