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Effect of the glass melting condition on the processing of phosphate-based glass-ceramics with persistent luminescence properties

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Effect of the glass melting condition on the processing of phosphate-based glass-ceramics with persistent luminescence properties. / Massera, J.; Gaussiran, M.; Głuchowski, P.; Lastusaari, M.; Petit, L.; Hölsä, J.; Hupa, L.

julkaisussa: Optical Materials, Vuosikerta 52, 01.02.2016, s. 56-61.

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Massera, J, Gaussiran, M, Głuchowski, P, Lastusaari, M, Petit, L, Hölsä, J & Hupa, L 2016, 'Effect of the glass melting condition on the processing of phosphate-based glass-ceramics with persistent luminescence properties', Optical Materials, Vuosikerta. 52, Sivut 56-61. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.optmat.2015.12.006

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Massera, J., Gaussiran, M., Głuchowski, P., Lastusaari, M., Petit, L., Hölsä, J., & Hupa, L. (2016). Effect of the glass melting condition on the processing of phosphate-based glass-ceramics with persistent luminescence properties. Optical Materials, 52, 56-61. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.optmat.2015.12.006

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Massera, J. ; Gaussiran, M. ; Głuchowski, P. ; Lastusaari, M. ; Petit, L. ; Hölsä, J. ; Hupa, L. / Effect of the glass melting condition on the processing of phosphate-based glass-ceramics with persistent luminescence properties. Julkaisussa: Optical Materials. 2016 ; Vuosikerta 52. Sivut 56-61.

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abstract = "In this paper, we discuss the impact of the temperature and the duration of the melting on the persistent luminescence properties of phosphate glasses within the P2O5-Na2O-CaO and P2O5-Na2O-SrO systems prepared using a standard melting process in normal atmosphere by adding Sr4Al14O25:Eu2+,Dy3+ microparticles in the glass batch before melting. Glasses with persistent luminescence properties can be successfully prepared if the melting conditions are carefully controlled.",
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AU - Petit, L.

AU - Hölsä, J.

AU - Hupa, L.

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KW - Heat treatment

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