A benchmark publication, the first edition of the Phosphor Handbook, published in 1998, set the standard for references in the field. The second edition, updated and published in 2007, began exploring new and emerging fields. However, in the last 14 years, since the second edition was published, many notable advances and broader phosphor applications have occurred. Completely revised, updated, and expanded into three separate volumes, this third edition of the Handbook covers the most recent developments in phosphor research, characterization, and applications.
This volume on ‘Fundamentals of Luminescence’ elucidates the theoretical background and fundamental properties of luminescence as applied to solid-state phosphor materials. The book includes the chapters that cover:
- Basic principles of luminescence, the principal phosphor materials, and their optical properties
- New developments in principal phosphors in nitrides, perovskite, and silicon carbide
- Revised lanthanide level locations and its impact on phosphor performance
- Detailed descriptions of energy transfer and upconversion processes in bulk and nanoscaled particles and core-shell structures
- Rapid developing organic and polymer luminescent materials and devices
Table of Contents
1. General Introduction and Physics Background
Feng Liu and Xiao-Jun Wang
2. Fundamentals of Luminescence
Eiichiro Nakazawa, Shigetoshi Nara, Sumiaki Ibuki, Hajime Yamamoto, Pieter Dorenbos
3. Principal Phosphor Materials and Their Optical Properties
Youming Lu, Weizhen Liu, Cen Zhang, Haiyang Xu, Yichun Liu, Dan Lu, Song Liang, Ming Li, Lingjuan Zhao, Yugang Zeng, Yongqiang Ning, Lijun Wang, Zhijue Quan, Jianli Zhang, Fengyi Jiang, Hao Long, Baoping Zhang, Xinqiang Wang, Yan Peng, Xiangang Xu, Wenna Du, and Xinfeng Liu
4. Energy Transfer Processes in Phosphors
Jiahua Zhang and Hao Wu
5. Upconversion Luminescence of Nanophosphors
Langping Tu and Hong Zhang
6. Organic/Polymer Luminescent Materials and Devices
Ru-Shi Liu is a Distinguished Professor at the Department of Chemistry of the National Taiwan University.
Xiao-Jun Wang is presently a Professor at the Department of Physics & Astronomy, Georgia Southern University.