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Fundamental Spectroscopic Studies

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The excited manifolds of luminescent materials activated with lanthanide ions and their associated spectroscopies range in complexity from the simplest case of Ce\(^{3+}\)-doped materials, where only one unpaired electron plays the relevant roles, to the much more complex case of Eu\(^{2+}\)-doped materials, where many electrons are active in the open-shells and create a variety of problems and opportunities. In this Chapter, a multiconfigurational ab initio approach to fundamental spectroscopic studies of materials with different levels of complexity is discussed.

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    For the sake of simplicity, the notation that corresponds to the cubic \(O_h\) site of Eu\(^{2+}\) in the difluorides will be used in this discussion. For the octahedral \(O_h\) site of Eu\(^{2+}\) in the sulfides, everything holds, except that 5\(de_{g}\) and 5\(dt_{2g}\) must be interchanged.

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Barandiarán, Z., Joos, J., Seijo, L. (2022). Fundamental Spectroscopic Studies. In: Luminescent Materials. Springer Series in Materials Science, vol 322. Springer, Cham. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-030-94984-6_9

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