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The blue-green emitting phosphor Y2Si3O3N4:Ce3+ , with strong absorption well matching with the near-UV excitation of the LED, is produced using solid-state synthesis. The characterization analysis of the prepared phosphor shows that Y2Si3O3N4:Ce3+ with 0.06 doping concentration of Ce3+ ion presents significant absorption centered at 397 nm and broad emission range from blue to green under the near-UV excitation. The large emission wavelength band (456 nm – 500 nm) of Ce3+ -doped Y2Si3O3N4 could be owing to the transition from 5d to 4f energy levels of Ce3+ ions. The phosphor is incorporated as the second phosphor material, with yellow-emitting phosphor YAG:Ce3+, to fabricate a single white lightemitting diode (W-LED) structure. The impacts of doping Y2Si3O3N4:Ce3+ on the lighting efficiency of the W-LED are investigated. The luminous intensity and color temperature consistency are generally benefitted from the increase of Y2Si3O3N4:Ce3+ doping concentration. Conversely, the color rendering indices tend to favor the lower concentration of Y2Si3O3N4:Ce3+. The blue-green emitting phosphor Y2Si3O3N4:Ce3+ , therefore, can be promising for high-flux lighting applications that require relatively good chromatic rendition.
White LED, Lambert-Beer law, Color rendering index, Luminous efficacy.
H. M. TRUNG, N. T. D. AN, N. L. THAI, H. Y. LEE, Y2Si3O3N4:Ce3+: a promising phosphor for WLEDs in general lighting applications, Optoelectronics and Advanced Materials - Rapid Communications, 17, 9-10, September-October 2023, pp.467-473 (2023).
Submitted at: May 16, 2022
Accepted at: Oct. 9, 2023