LUMINESCENT MATERIALS FOR COMMUNICATION DEVICES: AN OVERVIEW
The luminescent material is microcrystalline powders or thin-films designed to provide visible colour emission on excitation by different sources. These are also called phosphors they can be developed in to a potential candidate for applications like Solar cell device, LEDs, Display devices.etc. Present paper is an Review of the phosphors materials for Light emitting devices (LED), their present status and challenges.
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