Three Volume Set
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This new edition of the Phosphor Handbook comprises three volumes and provides a comprehensive source of knowledge for researchers interested in synthesis, characterization, properties, and applications of phosphor materials. The first volume covers the theoretical background and fundamental properties of luminescence as applied to solid-state phosphor materials. New sections include the rapid developments in principal phosphors in nitrides, perovskite, and silicon carbide. The second volume provides the descriptions of synthesis and optical properties of phosphors used in different applications, including the novel phosphors for some newly developed applications. New sections on smart phosphors, quantum dots for display applications, up-conversion nanophosphors for photonic application, phosphors for solar cells. The third volume addresses the experimental methods for phosphor evaluation and characterization and the contents are widely expanded from the Second Edition, including the theoretical and experimental designs for new phosphors as well as the phosphor analysis through high pressure and synchrotron studies.
Table of Contents
1. General Introduction and Physics Background. 2. Fundamentals of Luminescence. 3. Principal Phosphor Materials and their Optical Properties. 4. Energy Transfer Processes in Phosphors. 5. Upconversion Luminescence of Nanophosphors. 6. Organic/Polymer Luminescent Materials and Devices.
1. Phosphor converting LED for Lighting. 2. Phosphor-converted LED for Backlighting. 3. Phosphor converting LED for Broadband IR. 4. Laser Phosphors. 5. Smart Phosphors. 6. Quantum Dots for Display Applications. 7. Colloidal Quantum Dots and Their Applications. 8. Lanthanide-doped Upconversion Nanoparticles for Super-resolution Imaging. 9. Upconversion Nanophosphors for Photonic Application. 10. Upconversion Nanophosphors for Bioimaging. 11. Multi-photon Downconversion. 12. Mechanoluminescent phosphors. 13. Long persistent phosphors. 14. Color-tunable Metallophosphors for Organic Light-emitting Diodes (OLEDs. 15. Lanthanide-based Phosphors for Thermometry. 16. Single Crystal Phosphors. 17. Glass Phosphors. 18. X-ray Phosphors and Scintillators. 19. Phosphors-Converting LEDs for Agriculture. 20. AC driven LED Phosphors. 21. Phosphors for Solar Cells.
1. First-principles Methods as a Powerful Tool for Fundamental and Applied Research in the Field of Optical Materials. 2. Crystal Structure Design and Luminescence Performance of NIR Phosphors. 3. Solid Solution Design Toward New Phosphor Discovery and Photolumi-nescence Tuning. 4. Local Structure and Luminescence Tuning in Phosphors. 5. Design of Narrowband Emission Phosphors. 6. Mn4+-doped LED Phosphors. 7. Design Principles to Discover Highly Thermally Stable Phosphor. 8. Combinatorial Chemistry Approach and the Taguchi Method for Phosphors. 9. Energy transfer Between Lanthanide to Lanthanide in Phosphors for Bio Applications. 10. Design Growth of Nanophosphors and Their Applications. 11. Near-Infrared Phosphors with Persistent Luminescence Over 1000 nm for Optical Imaging. 12. High-pressure Study of Phosphors Emission. 13. Absolute Photoluminescence Quantum Yield of Phosphors. 14. Photoionization Analysis on Phosphors. 15. Synchrotron Radiation Analysis on Phosphors.
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.