Simultaneous Dual-Mode Emission and Tunable Multicolor in the Time Domain from Lanthanide-Doped Core-Shell Microcrystalsстатья

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[1] Simultaneous dual-mode emission and tunable multicolor in the time domain from lanthanide-doped core-shell microcrystals / J. Dandan, S. Feng, K. Adnan et al. // NANOMATERIALS. — 2018. — Vol. 8. — P. 1023–1–1023–11. The dual-mode emission and multicolor outputs in the time domain from core-shell microcrystals are presented. The core-shell microcrystals, with NaYF4:Yb/Er as the core and NaYF4:Ce/Tb/Eu as the shell, were successfully fabricated by employing the hydrothermal method, which confines the activator ions into a separate region and minimizes the effect of surface quenching. The material is capable of both upconversion and downshifting emission, and their multicolor outputs in response to 980 nm near-infrared (NIR) excitation laser and 252 nm, and 395 nm ultraviolet (UV) excitation light have been investigated. Furthermore, the tunable color emissions by controlling the Tb3+-Eu3+ ratio in shells and the energy transfer of Ce3+!Tb3+!Eu3+ were discussed in details. In addition, color tuning of core-shell-structured microrods from green to red region in the time domain could be obtained by setting suitable delay time. Due to downshifting multicolor outputs (time-resolved and pump-wavelength-induced downshifting) coupled with the upconversion mode, the core-shell microrods can be potentially applied to displays and high-level security. [ DOI ]

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