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Light & Engineering 26 (1)

Light & Engineering 26 (1)

Volume 26
Date of publication 03/30/2018
Pages 105-112

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Phosphors and Fluorescent Converters in Light Sources with Blue LED Crystals. L&E 26 (1) 2018
Articles authors:
Victoriya A. Lapina, Peter P. Pershukevich, Alexei V. Trofimov, Natalya N. Trofimova, Yury B. Tsaplev

Ph.D. Graduated from the Chemistry Faculty of the Kharkiv University in 1975. At present, she is a leader researcher at the Institute of Physics of B.I. Stepanov of the NAN Belarus. Field of scientific interest: nanotechnologies and nanomaterials

Ph.D. Graduated from the Physics Faculty of the BSU in 1973. Senior research associate of the Institute of Physics of B.I. Stepanov of the NAN of Belarus. Field of scientific interest: molecular and atomic physics, spectroscopy

Doctor of Chemistry, graduated from the Faculty of Molecular and Chemical Physics of the MIPT in 1988. At present, he is the Head of a laboratory at the Institute of Biochemical Physics of N.M. Emanuel of the RAS; his fields scientific interest include fluorescence, photochemistry, oxidation stress

Ph.D. Graduated from the Geography-Biological faculty of the MOPI in 1991. At present, she is a senior research associate of the Institute of Biochemical Physics of N.M. Emanuel of the RAS. Field of scientific interest: experimental and theoretical photophysiology

Doctor of Technical Science, senior research associate, graduated from the Physics Faculty of the Moscow State University of M.V. Lomonosov in 1977. He is a leader researcher at the Institute of Biochemical Physics of N.M. Emanuel of the RAS. Field of scientific interest: fluorescence, photochemistry

he article presents a review of fluorescent material use: inorganic phosphors, organic polymeric and molecular phosphors, complex (coordination) compounds, quantum dots and frame metal-organic compounds as component materials of fluorescent converters to transform radiation of blue and ultra-violet diode crystals to white light.
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