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Synthesis and Luminescence Characteristics of Gd3+ Activated LiCa4(BO3)3 Phosphor

Author Affiliations

  • 1Department of Physics, S.G.B.A.U, Amravati (MH)-444601, India

Res.J.chem.sci., Volume 6, Issue (7), Pages 12-15, July,18 (2016)

Abstract

LiCa4(BO3)3dopedGd3+phosphor was successfully and intentionally synthesized by the modified conventional solidstate diffusion(SSD) method. The phase purity of sample was characterizedby powder X-ray diffraction(XRD).The photoluminescence (PL) property was studie dusinga HitachiF-7000 spectro photometeratroom temperature.The sample LiCa4(BO3)3:Gd3+showintensenarrow UVBe missiono fGd3+at 314nm(corresponds to 6PJ8S7/2)under the excitation of 275nm.The emissionspectrum of the phosphorisobservedin the UV regionandhence the phosphorcanbe potential candidate formedical applications.

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