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Spectroscopic Properties of Lithium Borate Glass Material with Neodymium Ions


Paper Type 
Contributed Paper
Title 
Spectroscopic Properties of Lithium Borate Glass Material with Neodymium Ions
Author 
Yogesh Kumar Sharma, Rajendra Prasad Joshi, Sudha Pal and Priyanka Goyal
Email 
dryksharma@yahoo.com
Abstract:
 We present spectroscopic properties of 81.4 B2O3 – 11 Li2O - 5.1 Na2O -2.5 Al2O3 glass materials doped with different concentrations of neodymium ion. From the measured intensities of various absorption bands of these glasses, Judd-Ofelt parameters, Ωλ, have been evaluated. The bonding environment surrounding the rare earth ion has also been discussed. With the help of Ωλ parameters and luminescence data for various emission lines, radiative properties for different emission lines have been calculated and discussed.

The high value of sp for the 4F3/2 ® 4I13/2 transition suggests that Nd3+ doped lithium borate glass specimen drawn in the form of a fiber with some suitable modifications (doping with high quality of Nd2O3) can be used as an efficient single mode fiber amplifier operating at 1.3 μm for telecommunication purposes.

Start & End Page 
311 - 319
Received Date 
2015-09-15
Revised Date 
Accepted Date 
2015-12-07
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Correspondence & Author Name 
Yogesh Kumar Sharma,
Keyword 
Neodymium lithium borate glass, Absorption Spectra, Fluorescence Spectra, Judd-Ofelt Parameters and Radaitive Properties
Volume 
Vol.43 No.2 (SPECIAL ISSUE 1)
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