3 October 1996 Unusual resonance effect of flourescence emitting from sinters of rare-earth-oxide Er2O3 and some inorganic oxides
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We report for the first time that energy upconversion occurs when the same material was excited by monochrome light of different wavelength. The TTQLL (Three Times Quantum Liquid Law) Fermi Resonance Fluorescence Law advanced by the author in reference 1 is further proved, that is, the peak value of the excited fluorescence posses the following relationships with the wavelength of the excitation light: (lambda) 0/4, (lambda) 0/3, (lambda) 0/2, 2(lambda) 0/3, 3(lambda) 0/4, (lambda) 0, 5(lambda) 0/4, 4(lambda) 0/3, 3(lambda) 0/2, 2(lambda) 0, 3(lambda) 0. We also further discussed the radiation mechanism of this fluorescence and provided a theory model.
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Zhengwei Liu, Jian Liu, Zhezhao Zeng, "Unusual resonance effect of flourescence emitting from sinters of rare-earth-oxide Er2O3 and some inorganic oxides", Proc. SPIE 2897, Electro-Optic and Second Harmonic Generation Materials, Devices, and Applications, (3 October 1996); doi: 10.1117/12.252948; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.252948
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