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“…We have performed systematic studies of phase formation in the fluoride systems using co-precipitation from aqueous nitrate and/or citrate solutions by various fluorinating agents (e.g., hydrofluoric acid, sodium fluoride, ammonium fluoride, etc.) [3,4,[29][30][31][32][33][34][35][36][37][38][39]. Our results are valuable from both practical (luminophores, laser ceramics precursors, solid electrolytes) and theoretical (studying non-classic crystallization mechanism via oriented attachment crystal growth [40]; making novel non-equilibrium phases of variable compositions [30]) points of view.…”
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“…We have performed systematic studies of phase formation in the fluoride systems using co-precipitation from aqueous nitrate and/or citrate solutions by various fluorinating agents (e.g., hydrofluoric acid, sodium fluoride, ammonium fluoride, etc.) [3,4,[29][30][31][32][33][34][35][36][37][38][39]. Our results are valuable from both practical (luminophores, laser ceramics precursors, solid electrolytes) and theoretical (studying non-classic crystallization mechanism via oriented attachment crystal growth [40]; making novel non-equilibrium phases of variable compositions [30]) points of view.…”
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“…This hydration leads to the formation of quite unusual chemical compounds, such as (H 3 O)Ln 3 F 10 (Ln = rare-earth elements) [30,42], and causes luminescence quenching by OH − groups and/or water molecules in freshly prepared nanopowders. It is not easy to remove water that has been adsorbed on nanoparticle surfaces but their pyrohydrolysis under thermal treatment can be prevented by forming compounds with fluorinating agents, such as BaF 2 •HF [37] or ammonium fluoride solid solutions in strontium fluoride, Sr 1−x−y Ln x (NH 4 ) y F 2+x−y [34,38,39].…”
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“…It was found that the 0 V sample showed visible bands at 3341, 3136, 3041, 2095, 1531, 1428, 1259, 1040, 732, 556 and 483 cm −1 in agreement with previously reported literature. 21 A comparison found that the 500 and 1000 V formed samples were both missing two peaks at 2095 and 1259 cm −1 corresponding to the removal of NH 4 + , and one peak shifted upward from 1531 to 1626 cm −1 corresponding to the removal of water. This indicated that the use of the EAPSP method formed purified BaF 2 nanocrystals except for the normal 0 V prepared sample.…”
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“…At higher cerium concentrations, the luminescence intensity declines dramatically due to the concentration quenching phenomenon [9]. The decline was observed both for single crystals and for BaF 2 :Ce 3+ optical ceramics [10][11][12][13][14][15]. The concentration decay effect was assigned to defect cluster formation in fluorite-type lattices upon formation of Ba 1−x Ce x F 2+x solid solutions [9].…”
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