Near-infrared phosphors and their full potential: A review on practical applications and future perspectives

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Abstract

Near-infrared (NIR) phosphors are enticing photoluminescent materials with applications in light-emitting diodes for spectroscopy. These phosphors have two types of emissions: Type I has a Gaussian curve, whereas Type II is similar to a plateau. Both emissions have industrial uses, but uncertain remains regarding which type is ideal. In this review, we compare two distinct NIR phosphors with Type I and Type II emissions in terms of their structure, crystal field, and emission profile and then provide our perspective on what the ideal emission must be.

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De Guzman, G. N. A., Fang, M. H., Liang, C. H., Bao, Z., Hu, S. F., & Liu, R. S. (2020). Near-infrared phosphors and their full potential: A review on practical applications and future perspectives. Journal of Luminescence, 219. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jlumin.2019.116944

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