Using (Ba,Ca)ScO2F:Bi3+,K+ phosphor with great performance and strong heating stability for LED backlight screens

Le Doan Duy, My Hanh Nguyen Thi, Nguyen Le Thai


diodes emit illumination (LED) display study is focused on straitband green phosphor samples yielding significant effectiveness as well as heating consistency. The cation substitution design technique was used to create Ba1-xCaxScO2F:0.001Bi3+,0.001K+ with x of 0-0.12) perovskite phosphors that emit strait green illumination when activated by a 415 nm chip. The impact of Ca2+ replacement for Ba2+ in the crystal structures of Ba1- xCaxScO2F:0.001- Bi3+,0.001K+ and photoluminescence characteristics were examined. In the space group Pm3m, all of the phosphors have a cubic perovskite-type structure. The development of cell characteristics and the lengthiness of the Ba/ Ca/K/Bi-O bonds were studied. Beneath 415 nm chip stimulation, the phosphors with an interior quantum effectiveness of 77.4 percent produce strong green radiation reaching the peak at 510 nm. The increase of luminous effectiveness and heating steadiness in response to local structural change was thoroughly addressed. The cation substitution design technique discussed here might be a significant way to realizing spectrum modulation by regulating the micro-surrounding within the latticework to achieve outstanding LED backlighting screens.


Color homogeneity; Double-layer phosphor; Luminous flux; Monte Carlo theory; WLEDs;

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Indonesian Journal of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science (IJEECS)
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