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Publications [#287362] of James H. Nolen

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  1. Boye, DM; Valdes, TS; Nolen, JH; Silversmith, AJ; Brewer, KS; Anderman, RE; Meltzer, RS, Transient and persistent spectral hole burning in Eu3+-doped sol-gel produced SiO2 glass, Journal of Luminescence, vol. 108 no. 1-4 (June, 2004), pp. 43-47 [008], [doi]
    (last updated on 2018/10/18)

    Transient and persistent spectral hole burning (TSHB and PSHB) experiments were performed on Eu3+ ions in sol-gel SiO2 glasses with aluminum co-doping. Differences in the hole burning behavior were observed among samples made from two organosilicate precursors that were annealed to a series of final temperatures. All glasses exhibited persistent spectral holes when annealed to 800°C but, as the annealing temperature was raised to 1000°C, an increasing number of Eu3+ ions exhibited TSHB with a corresponding decrease in the number of ions showing PSHB behavior. The transient hole burning behavior is similar in nature to that observed for Eu3+-doped silicate melt glass. © 2004 Elsevier B.V. All rights reserved.
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