Volume 7, Issue 3
Theoretical Simulation on a Nonlinear Photonics Process of Er(1%)Yb(8%): FOV Oxyfluoride Nanophase Vitroceramics

Ce Wang, Xiaobo Chen, Gregory J. Salamo, Naruhito Sawanobori, Chenjuan He, Hongyu Zhou, Hongmei Jing, Yongzhi Zeng, Song Li & Xiaoling Xu

Commun. Comput. Phys., 7 (2010), pp. 580-596.

Published online: 2010-07

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We numerically simulate a photonics phenomenon of what we call intensity inversion between red and green fluorescence in oxyfluoride nanophase vitroceramics Er(1%)Yb(8%): FOV through the integration of whole fluorescence's theories. We found that it is essential to introduce a coefficient presenting the difference between the Stokes energy transfer and anti-Stokes energy transfer processes in nano-material when calculating the energy transfer rate. Under this consideration, and with the total crystallized volume ratio set to be 17.6%, the simulation results of the population probabilities values of all energy levels of Er3+ ion are coincident with the experimental result perfectly.

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We numerically simulate a photonics phenomenon of what we call intensity inversion between red and green fluorescence in oxyfluoride nanophase vitroceramics Er(1%)Yb(8%): FOV through the integration of whole fluorescence's theories. We found that it is essential to introduce a coefficient presenting the difference between the Stokes energy transfer and anti-Stokes energy transfer processes in nano-material when calculating the energy transfer rate. Under this consideration, and with the total crystallized volume ratio set to be 17.6%, the simulation results of the population probabilities values of all energy levels of Er3+ ion are coincident with the experimental result perfectly.

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We numerically simulate a photonics phenomenon of what we call intensity inversion between red and green fluorescence in oxyfluoride nanophase vitroceramics Er(1%)Yb(8%): FOV through the integration of whole fluorescence's theories. We found that it is essential to introduce a coefficient presenting the difference between the Stokes energy transfer and anti-Stokes energy transfer processes in nano-material when calculating the energy transfer rate. Under this consideration, and with the total crystallized volume ratio set to be 17.6%, the simulation results of the population probabilities values of all energy levels of Er3+ ion are coincident with the experimental result perfectly.

Ce Wang, Xiaobo Chen, Gregory J. Salamo, Naruhito Sawanobori, Chenjuan He, Hongyu Zhou, Hongmei Jing, Yongzhi Zeng, Song Li & Xiaoling Xu. (2020). Theoretical Simulation on a Nonlinear Photonics Process of Er(1%)Yb(8%): FOV Oxyfluoride Nanophase Vitroceramics. Communications in Computational Physics. 7 (3). 580-596. doi:10.4208/cicp.2009.09.048
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