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Study of red-emitting LaAsO4:Eu3+ phosphor for color rendering index improvement of WLEDs with dual-layer remote phosphor geometry

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Oleh : My Hanh Nguyen Thi, Nguyen Thi Phuong Loan, Nguyen Doan Quoc Anh, Telkomnika
Dibuat : 2021-01-22, dengan 1 file

Keyword : color rendering index, dual-layer remote phosphor, geometry, LaAsO4:Eu3+, Mie-scattering theory, WLEDs
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The remote phosphor structure is often disadvantageous in color quality but in terms of optics it is more convenient when compared to other phosphor structures such as conformal or in-cup ones. From this disadvantage, there are many studies to improve its chromatic output. In this research paper, we propose a dual-layer remote phosphor geometry for the improvement of white light-emitting diodes (WLEDs) in two parameters: color rendering index (CRI) and color quality scale (CQS). The 7700 K WLEDs are used in this study. The idea of the study is to place a red phosphor layer LaAsO4:Eu3+ on the yellow phosphor YAG: Ce3+, and then find the concentration of LaAsO4:Eu3+ in an appropriate way to achieve the highest color quality. The results showed that LaAsO4:Eu3+ bring great benefits for enhancing CRI and CQS. In particular, the greater the concentration of LaAsO4:Eu3+, the greater the CRI and CQS because the portion of red lights in WLEDs increases. However, the decrease in lumen output occurs when the concentration of LaAsO4:Eu3+ increases excessively. This is proved thanks to Mie-scattering theory and Beer-Lambert law. The results of important articles in WLEDs fabrication have greatly contributed to a higher white light quality.

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