Optical and Thermal Characterization of Dye Intercalated Montmorillonites and Rare Earth Doped Materials

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Optical and Thermal Characterization of Dye Intercalated Montmorillonites and Rare Earth Doped Materials

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Title: Optical and Thermal Characterization of Dye Intercalated Montmorillonites and Rare Earth Doped Materials
Author: Joseph, Lyjo K; Dr. Radhakrishnan, P; Dr. Nampoori, V P N
Abstract: Nondestructive photothermal methods as well as optical absorption and fluorescence spectroscopy are utilized to characterise three different materials, both thermally and optically. The possibility of using montmorillonite clay minerals, after textile waste-water treatment, is investigated for further applications. The laser induced luminescence studies and thermal characterisation of certain rare earth titanates prepared by self propagating high temperature synthesis method are also presented. Moreover, effort is made to characterise rare earth doped sol gel silica glasses with the help of these nondestructive techniques.
Description: International School of Photonics, Cochin University of Science and Technology
URI: http://dyuthi.cusat.ac.in/xmlui/purl/1918
Date: 2009-11


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