Nonisostructural Paramagnetic Centers in One-Activator Crystal Phosphors

  • G. E. Arkhangel’skii
Part of the The Lebedev Physics Institute Series book series (LPIS, volume 79)


The ESR method was used in a study of crystal phosphors activated with one element forming centers of different kinds. It was found that the trigonal Mn2+ centers in ZnS:Mn were characterized by |b0 2| = 117 Oe and appeared exclusively in the surface layer of a crystal after the diffusion of the activator at T ≥ 1100°C. The Eu2+ ions in ZnS:Eu formed trigonal and cubic centers and were responsible for characteristic luminescence bands. Strong optical and y-ray excitation of ruby caused exchange of electrons between the Cr3+ centers which resulted in the formation of the Cr2+ and Cr4+ centers. Crystals of Na2ZnGeO4: Mn exhibited two types of Mn2+ center, each of which occupied four equivalent positions differing in respect of the orientation of the axes, hi this case, the symmetry plane was (100).


Crystal Field Paramagnetic Center Hexagonal Phase Zinc Sulfide Resonance Field 
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