Low Temperature Physics: 46, 1149 (2020); https://doi.org/10.1063/10.0002465
Fizika Nizkikh Temperatur: Volume 46, Number 12 (December 2020), p. 1353-1358    ( to contents , go back )

EPR characterization of erbium in glasses and glass ceramics

Andris Antuzevics

Institute of Solid State Physics, University of Latvia, Latvia
E-mail: andris.antuzevics@cfi.lu.lv
pos Анотація:646

Received July 8, 2020, published online October 21, 2020


Electron paramagnetic resonance (EPR) is a well-established spectroscopic technique for electronic structure characterization of rare-earth ion impurities in crystalline and amorphous hosts. EPR spectra of erbium-doped glass matrices and nanocomposites can provide information about local structure variations induced by changes in chemical composition or crystallization processes. Characterization possibilities of Er3+ ions in glasses and glass ceramics including direct EPR measurements, indirect investigations via secondary paramagnetic probes, and optically detected magnetic resonance techniques are considered in this article.

Key words: electron paramagnetic resonance, erbium, oxyfluoride, glass, glass ceramics.

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