Pulsed Laser Deposited Dysprosium-Doped Gadolinium-Vanadate Thin Films for Noncontact, Self-Referencing Luminescence Thermometry
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Jovanović, Dragana J.
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Lanthanide-doped vanadate thin films offer (i) a promising platform for luminescence-based noncontact temperature sensing; (ii) ratiometric/self-referencing absolute measurements; (iii) exceptional repeatability and reversibility for multirun uses and a long life cycle; (iv) 2% K-1 maximum temperature sensitivity (among the highest recorded for inorganic nanothermometers); (v) a temperature resolution greater than 0.5 K; and (vi) the potential for high-resolution 2D temperature mapping.
Source:Advanced Materials, 2016, 28, 35, 7745-+
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