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Tunable and white light emitting AlPO4
mesoporous glass by design of inorganic/organic luminescent species
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See supplementary material at http://dx.doi.org/10.1063/1.4916697
for detail information of materials, preparation, the concentration-dependent luminescent behaviour of coumarin 535 in AlPO4
mesoporous glass, the other similar routes to achieve tunable and white light emission.[Supplementary Material]
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The realization of tunable and white light emitting sources employed by UV-LED with single-host phosphors has been an exciting development in the search for high luminous efficiency and excellent color rendering index white-light source. A tunable and white light emitting mesoporous glass was prepared by utilizing both inorganic/organic (Europium/coumarin) luminescent species in the meso-structure. The tunable and white light emission was deliberately designed by CIE calculation based on the individual emission spectra, which was realized by tailoring the emission of Eu2+/Eu3+
ions and coumarin 535 in sol-gel AlPO4 mesoporous glass. This simple and versatile procedure is not limited in the combination of rare earth and organic dye and is therefore extendable to other luminescent species in meso-structure for color-tunable efficient solid-state lighting sources.
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