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23 September 2005 Heavy metal oxide glasses doped by rare earth ions for optoelectronics
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Heavy metal oxide glasses in the system TeO2-PbO-WO3 doped by selected rare earth ions have been presented. The method of their preparation and physical properties were determined. Infrared luminescence of Er3+ and Tm3+ ions embedded in TeO2-PbO-WO3 glass hosts is reported for room and helium liquid temperatures. The substantial influence of energy transfer processes between the glass host and Er3+ and Tm3+ doped ions is shown experimentally through the dependences of photoluminescence on light polarization and excitation wavelength. The presented spectra of the rare earth doped glasses indicate on a possibility of their excitation by the Nd-YAG laser with wavelength about 1,06 um. Because of their properties this kind of glasses can be used for construction of optoelectronic devices.
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Dominik Dorosz and Jan Wasylak "Heavy metal oxide glasses doped by rare earth ions for optoelectronics", Proc. SPIE 5951, Optical Fibers: Technology, 595106 (23 September 2005); https://doi.org/10.1117/12.622198
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