Spectroscopic Investigation of Glasses in the System R2O-La2O3-SiO2
Spectroscopic investigation of glasses containing rare-earth elements as active additives (“probes”) is one method of studying structural changes in glasses, as their absorption and luminescence spectra depend on interaction of the active additive with the surrounding ligands. This interaction, in its turn, is determined not only by the nature of the additives but also by their structural distribution.
KeywordsHeat Treatment Luminescence Spectrum Luminescence Intensity Luminescence Band Spectroscopic Investigation
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