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SrB4O7:Sm2+: an optical sensor reflecting non-hydrostatic pressure at high-temperature and/or high pressure in a diamond anvil cell TEXT SIZE: A A A

A systematic investigation on the fluorescent spectra of SrB4O7:Sm2+ was performed in detail at high-temperature up to 623K and/or high pressure up to 23.2GPa with different pressure-transmitting media (PTMs), respectively. Combined with experiment data of previous research, the change of the D-7(0)-F-5(0) line (0-0 line) full width at half maximum (FWHM) of SrB4O7:Sm2+ under different pressure environments was specifically discussed. The results indicate that the FWHM of 0-0 line is sensitive to the non-hydrostatic pressure environment in 2-propanol, and methanol and ethanol mixture (ME) PTMs at ambient temperature. The first-order and the second-order derivation of the temperature dependence of 0-0 line FWHM at ambient pressure are 1.48(+/- 0.21)x10(-4)nm/K and 9.63(+/- 0.63)x10(-7)nm(2)/K-2 below 623K. The 0-0 line FWHM is also sensitive to the non-hydrostatic pressure environment in ME at high-temperature and high pressure simultaneous, the non-hydrostatic transition pressures are 9.6GPa at 323K, 11.0GPa at 373K, 14.4GPa at 423K, respectively. SrB4O7:Sm2+ is recommended as an optical sensor to reflect the change of pressure environment in liquid media at high-temperature and/or high pressure.

Publication name

 HIGH PRESSURE RESEARCH, 37 (1):18-27; 10.1080/08957959.2016.1269899 MAR 2017

Author(s)

 Zhao, Chaoshuai; Li, Heping; Wang, Yan; Jiang, Jianjun; He, Yu

Corresponding author(s) 

 LI Heping 
 liheping@vip.gyig.ac.cn  
 Chinese Acad Sci, Inst Geochem, Key Lab High Temp & High Pressure Study Earths In, Guiyang 550081, Peoples R China. 

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