Judd Ofelt Analysis and Optical Properties of Eu\(^{3 + }\) Doped Tellurite Glasses

Tran Thi Hong, Phan Tien Dung, Vu Xuan Quang
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  • Tran Thi Hong Da Nang University of Education, Da Nang, Vietnam
  • Phan Tien Dung Institute of Materials Science, Vietnam Academy of Science and Technology
  • Vu Xuan Quang Duy Tan University, Da Nang, Vietnam




Optical properties, luminescence, Judd-Ofelt theory, rare earth, Tellurite glasses


In this work, the structural characteristic and photoluminescence properties of Eu\(^{3 + }\) doped B\(_{2}\)O\(_{3}\)-TeO\(_{2}\) -ZnO-Na\(_{2}\)O glasses were investigated. These glasses were prepared by a melting method in air, combined with thermal annealing at 350\(^{\circ}\)C, 450\(^{\circ}\)C and 550\(^{\circ}\)C for different duration times. The structural analysis results of these glasses revealed the formation of micro-crystals in the annealed host glass. The photoluminescence spectra of Eu\(^{3 + }\) doped in these samples were observed. The local vibration mode around Eu\(^{3 + }\) ions was investigated by the phonon side-band (PSB) associated with \(^{7}\!F_{0}-^{5}D_{2}\) transition of Eu\(^{3+}\). Judd-Ofelt parameters were then evaluated based on photoluminescence spectra and the luminescence intensity ratios of \(^{5}D_{0} \to ^{7}\!F_{J}\) (\(J=2, 4\) and 6) to \(^{5}D_{0} \to ^{7}\!F_{1}\) transition were predicted. The obtained results were then used to calculate \(\Omega _{2},\;\Omega _{4},\; \Omega _{6} \) parameters based on Judd-Ofelt theory. These \(\Omega _{2}\), \(\Omega _{4}\), \(\Omega _{6}\) parameters allow to derive radiative properties of Eu\(^{3 + }\) ions in glass material such as transition probabilities, radiative lifetimes and peak stimulated emission cross-section for the \(^{5}D_{0} \to ^{7}\!F_{J}\) transitions.


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T. T. Hong, P. T. Dung and V. X. Quang, Judd Ofelt Analysis and Optical Properties of Eu\(^{3 + }\) Doped Tellurite Glasses, Comm. Phys. 24 (2014) 136–142. DOI: https://doi.org/10.15625/0868-3166/24/3S1/5465.