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“…Moreover, annealing of the blue YAG:Eu caused an increase of the intensity of photoluminescence peaks reportedly due to 5 D 1 → 7 F 2 , 5 D 2 → 7 F 4 , 5 D 0 → 7 F 1 , 5 D 2 → 7 F 5 , and 5 D 1 → 7 F 4 transitions of the Eu 3+ center at 590, 607, 624, 647, and 709 nm. However, these assignments are definitely incorrect (see for example refs ). PL spectra under the 365 nm excitation of these YAG crystals grown under 100% Ar atmosphere in ref were shown only in the 550–750 nm spectral range, and therefore, it is impossible to determine whether there was any Eu 2+ emission in the blue region, i.e., below 550 nm.…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Moreover, annealing of the blue YAG:Eu caused an increase of the intensity of photoluminescence peaks reportedly due to 5 D 1 → 7 F 2 , 5 D 2 → 7 F 4 , 5 D 0 → 7 F 1 , 5 D 2 → 7 F 5 , and 5 D 1 → 7 F 4 transitions of the Eu 3+ center at 590, 607, 624, 647, and 709 nm. However, these assignments are definitely incorrect (see for example refs ). PL spectra under the 365 nm excitation of these YAG crystals grown under 100% Ar atmosphere in ref were shown only in the 550–750 nm spectral range, and therefore, it is impossible to determine whether there was any Eu 2+ emission in the blue region, i.e., below 550 nm.…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%