Luminescence spectroscopy

To investigate the luminescence properties of materials.

Luminescence spectroscopy

TL-spectra from mobile phone glasses measured with a lexsyg research spectrometer equipped with an Andor Technology iDus 420 Series CCD camera (from Discher & Woda, 2014).

Luminescence spectroscopy is used to investigate the luminescence properties of materials and thus allow more precise definitions e.g. of measurement parameters (e.g. detection ranges). It can help to better define the involved traps and centres, and contributes to the understanding of luminescence processes.

Discher M & Woda C (2014) Thermoluminescence emission spectrometry of glass display in mobile phones and resulting evaluation of the dosimetric properties of a specific type of display glass. Radiation Measurements 71, 480-484.

Tan K, Liu Z, Zeng S, Liu Y, Xie Y & Rieser U (2009) Three-dimensional thermoluminescence spectra of different origin quartz from Altay Orogenic belt, Xinjiang, China. Radiation Measurements 44, 529-533.