Nanostructured glass ceramics based on fluorophosphate glass with a high content of rare-earth ions
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The possibility of preparing transparent nanostructured glass ceramics based on fluorophosphate glass with a high content of lanthanide fluorides (Er, Ho, Dy, Yb, Tb, Nd, Eu, Pr, Ce, Sm) was demonstrated. The conditions of the formation and the form of nanocrystals containing rare-earth ions, the growth of which can be seen by the results of differential scanning calorimetry, X-ray diffraction analysis, and changes in the absorption and luminescence spectra, were determined.
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