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Evidence for erbium-erbium energy migration in erbium(III) bis(perfluoro--tolyl)phosphinate
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Photoluminescence lifetime measurements of the erbium decay in samples of erbium(III) bis(perfluoro--tolyl)phosphinate, , as a function of erbium concentration have been made. It has been found that for concentrations greater than 50%, the lifetime could be fitted with a stretched exponential function, which is indicative of erbium-erbium energy migration to quenching sites, most likely at the surface of the finely divided powder. At concentrations below 50%, the decay was single exponential with a maximum lifetime of .
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