Ca7Si2P2O16:Eu2+ green phosphor for optic enhancement of the WLEDs dual-layer remote structure

Van Liem Bui, Guo Feng Luo, Tam Nguyen Kieu

Abstract


To enhance the dual-layer remote phosphorus configuration’s color standard help spread its application in the LED devices, the new green-emitting phosphor of Ca7Si2P2O16:Eu2+ is proposed. The sol-gel method is used to dope the Eu2+ ions with Ca7Si2P2O16. Increasing the ion Eu2+ concentration can lead to high thermal stability, color-tunable ability, stronger green emission band, and higher photoluminescence extraction. The dual-layer structure’s color standards, as well as the luminous flux, are examined with different concentrations of Ca7Si2P2O16:Eu2+ in the phosphor layer. Owing to the improved features, the green phosphor Ca7Si2P2O16:Eu2+ has enhanced the emission intensity in the blue and green wavelengths, resulting in better color mixing and distribution. The luminescence shows the enhancement when increasing the concentration of Ca7Si2P2O16:Eu2+. However, the color rendering feature can present a reduction with more than 10% wt. green phosphor within the double-layer phosphorus remote configuration, due to color balance’s loss.

Keywords


Ca7Si2P2O16:Eu2+; Color homogeneity; Luminous flux; Monte Carlo method; WLEDs

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.11591/eei.v11i4.4066

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