Intraband luminescence (IBL) is a prompt emission originating from the radiative intraband transitions of charge carriers during thermalisation. Despite its low intensity, IBL can hopefully enhance scintillation time resolution, for instance, in positron emission tomography. The continuous and structureless spectrum of IBL spans over the whole transparency region of a material. Exploiting a wide spectral sensitivity range of our instrumentation (0.77–10.6eV), we have discovered a strong rise of IBL spectral yield in the NIR region in all studied compounds, which could not be explained within the available theoretical models of IBL. We have developed a new model attributing the NIR rise of the IBL spectrum to the phonon-assisted electron transitions within a single parabolic energy band, which yields a fair correspondence to our experimental data.
Journal of Luminescence – Elsevier
Published: Aug 1, 2016
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