Energy Transfer Effects in Beta Alumina
Technical rept. no. 21, Aug 1988-Jul 1989
CALIFORNIA UNIV LOS ANGELES DEPT OF MATERIALS SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING
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Energy transfer between cerium 3 and neodynium 3 exchanged into beta -alumina is observed. Synthesis of the crystals was achieved by ion exchange. Both radiative and nonradiative transfer mechanisms are evident. The nonradiative transfer is attributed to electrostatic dipole-quadrupole interactions where the highest measured transfer efficiency was 40.
- Physical Chemistry