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Luminescence yields, minimal photodegradation of organic and inorganic species in sol-gel glass and modalities of confinement

Published inSol-Gel Optics III, Editors Mackenzie, J.-D., p. 208-215
Presented at San Diego, California (USA), July 25-27, 1994
PublisherBellingham, Washington : SPIE - The International Society for Optical Engineering
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  • Proceedings of SPIE; 2288
Publication date1994
Abstract

The luminescence of inorganic ions, organic neutral molecules (or polyatomic anions or cations) incorporated in sol-gel glasses (formed during a programmed process by hydrolysis of alkoxides and subsequent polycondensation) usually gives higher (to far higher) yields than in low-viscosity water or alcohols. Photodegradation can be avoided in lasing perylimides dyes firmly fixed in the glass built up around them. Some quantum-chemical comments are made.

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JOERGENSEN, Christian, REISFELD, Renata. Luminescence yields, minimal photodegradation of organic and inorganic species in sol-gel glass and modalities of confinement. In: Sol-Gel Optics III. San Diego, California (USA). Bellingham, Washington : SPIE - The International Society for Optical Engineering, 1994. p. 208–215. (Proceedings of SPIE)
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