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Phosphor Handbook

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Title: Phosphor Handbook
Author: Shigeo Shionoya, William M Yen
ISBN: 0849375606 / 9780849375606
Format: Hard Cover
Pages: 944
Publisher: CRC Press
Year: 1999
Availability: In Stock
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From basic principles of luminescence to innovative technical applications, Phosphor Handbook will serve as the definitive resource on phosphors. Considering all the major changes in the field of phosphors, the editors have produced the most current and comprehensive reference available today.Contributed by noted worldwide scientists and engineers, the handbook serves a ready audience among researchers in the field of luminescence.This book completely describes:opowder phosphors, including information on solid state laser materials and organic ELoproperties and technical applications of phosphors, including the principal classes of phosphors, procedures to synthesize and manufacture these phosphors, manner of deployment, and materials that emit light under various kinds of excitationocurrent developments of phosphor materials required in advanced display technologies, such as UV Plasma Display and Field Emission Display (FED)oexperimental techniques characterizing materials in their initial and final formsOther provisos include:otutorials of fundamental physical and chemical properties of phosphor materialsodescriptions of optical properties of phosphor materialsoprofiles on methods of synthesis and manufacture of all practical phosphorsoanalysis of experimental procedures for the optical characterization of raw phosphors and the creation of display devices or lampsospecification of physical and optical requirements for all applications of phosphors in lighting and display technologiesJapanese industry has and will continue to play a key role in developing these applications, and many contributors to this volume acted as principals in the progress discussed.Display technologies will increase in importance, and no cohesive or comprehensive treatise exists - from basic to applied - on the nature, properties, synthesis, characterization, manufacture, and handling of phosphor materials in lighting and display technologies and applications. This exceptional handbook rectifies this deficiency, serving as the defining resource for all those engaged in research or in the application of phosphor materials - regardless of whether they are newcomers or veterans in this endeavor.

• Examines current technological advances
• Provides tutorials and archival information not found in any other comparable volume
• Details information immediately useful to lighting and display scientists and engineers
• Analyzes individual applications, including fluorescent lamps, CRT, EL, Plasma Display, and Field Emission Display
• Profiles experimental techniques for characterizing materials


Part 1 : Introduction
Chapter 1. : Introduction to the Handbook

Part 2 : Fundamentals of Phosphors
Chapter 2. : Fundamentals of Luminescence
Chapter 3. : Principal Phosphor Materials and Their Optical Properties

Part 3 : Practical Phosphors
Chapter 4. : Methods of Phosphor Synthesis and Related Technology
Chapter 5. : Phosphors for Lamps
Chapter 6. : Phosphors for Cathode-ray Tubes
Chapter 7. : Phosphors for X-ray and Ionizing Radiation
Chapter 8. : Phosphors for Vacuum Fluorescent Displays and Field Emission Displays
Chapter 9. : Electroluminescence Materials
Chapter 10. : Phosphors for Plasma Displays
Chapter 11. : Organic Fluorescent Pigments
Chapter 12. : Other Phosphors
Chapter 13. : Solid-State Laser Materials

Part 4 : Measurements of Phosphor Properties
Chapter 14. : Measurements of Luminescence Properties of Phosphors
Chapter 15. : Measurements of Powder Characteristics
Chapter 16. : Optical Properties of Powder Layers
Chapter 17. : Color Vision

Part 5 : History
Chapter 18. : History of Phosphor Technology and Industry

Subject Index
Chemical Formula Index

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