By Karl A. Gschneidner Jr., Jean-Claude Bunzli, Vitalij K. Pecharsky
Optical spectroscopy has been instrumental within the discovery of many lanthanide components. In go back, those parts have regularly performed a in demand function in lights units and light-weight conversion applied sciences (Auer mantles, incandescent lamps, lasers, cathode-ray and plasma displays). also they are almost immediately utilized in hugely delicate luminescent bio-analyses and cellphone imaging. This quantity of the instruction manual at the Physics and Chemistry of infrequent Earths is completely dedicated to the photophysical houses of those parts. it's devoted to the overdue Professor William T (Bill) Carnall who has pioneered the certainty of lanthanide spectra within the 1960's and begins with a commitment to this scientist. the next 5 chapters describe a variety of points of lanthanide spectroscopy and its purposes. Chapters 231 provides state of the art theoretical calculations of lanthanide power degrees and transition intensities. it really is undefined through a overview (Chapter 232) on either theoretical and experimental points of f-d transitions, a much less popular box of lanthanide spectroscopy, but vitally important for the layout of recent optical fabrics. bankruptcy 233 describes how confinement results act at the photophysical houses of lanthanides once they are inserted into nanomaterials, together with nanoparticles, nanosheets, nanowires, nanotubes, insulating and semiconductor nanocrystals. using lanthanide chelates for biomedical analyses is gifted in bankruptcy 234; lengthy lifetimes of the excited states of lanthanide ions let using time-resolved spectroscopy, which results in hugely delicate analyses with out heritage impression from the autofluorescence of the samples. The final evaluate (Chapter 235) offers a accomplished survey of near-infrared (NIR) emitting molecular probes and units, spanning an all diversity of compounds, from basic chelates to macrocyclic complexes, heterometallic useful edifices, coordination polymers and different prolonged buildings. purposes starting from telecommunications to light-emitting diodes and biomedical analyses are assessed. - offers a finished examine optical spectroscopy and its purposes- A quantity within the carrying on with authoritative sequence which bargains with the chemistry, fabrics technological know-how, physics and expertise of the infrequent earth parts
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515 – structural aspects 17, ch. 113, p. 245 high-temperature superconductors 30; 31 history of the discovery and separation 11, ch. 73, p. 33 Hund, F. 14, dedication, p. ix hydration 15, ch. 103, p. 393; 18, ch. 127, p. 529 hydrides 3, ch. 26, p. 299; 18, ch. 123, p. 293 – switchable films 36, ch. 228, p. 83 hydrogen absorption in intermetallic compounds 6, ch. 47, p. 1 INDEX OF CONTENTS OF VOLUMES 1–37 hydrogen in metals, including RH2+x phases 20, ch. 137, p. 207 hydrolysis 15, ch. 103, p. 393; 18, ch.
Haschke, Rare earth fluorides 387 46. A. P. Leavitt, Spectroscopic properties of triply ionized lanthanides in transparent host crystals 461 Subject index 693 VOLUME 6 1984; ISBN 0-444-86592-6 47. J. Buschow, Hydrogen absorption in intermetallic compounds 1 48. E. Parthé and B. Chabot, Crystal structures and crystal chemistry of ternary rare earth–transition metal borides, silicides and homologues 113 49. P. Rogl, Phase equilibria in ternary and higher order systems with rare earth elements and boron 335 50.
5 – metals and alloys in liquid ammonia solutions 29, ch. 182, p. 45 – mixed oxides 29, ch. 183, p. 75 – zeolites 29, ch. 185, p. 269 cerimetry 36, ch. 229, p. 281 cerium 1, ch. 4, p. 337 cerium compounds – low-temperature behavior 15, ch. 98, p. 1 xli xlii INDEX OF CONTENTS OF VOLUMES 1–37 crystal chemistry – of intermetallic compounds 2, ch. 13, p. 1 – of ternary germanides 27, ch. 174, p. 225 – of ternary systems with chalcogenides 13, ch. 89, p. 191 – of ternary systems with metallic elements 13, ch.
Handbook on the Physics and Chemistry of Rare Earths, Volume 37: Optical Spectroscopy (Handbook on the Physics and Chemistry of Rare Earths) by Karl A. Gschneidner Jr., Jean-Claude Bunzli, Vitalij K. Pecharsky