electroluminescent phosphor

electroluminescent phosphor

[i¦lek·trō‚lü·mə′nes·ənt ′fäs·fər]
(materials)
Zinc sulfide powder, with small additions of copper or manganese, which emits light when suspended in an insulator in an intense alternating electric field. Also known as electroluminor.
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Han, "Crystal growth of electroluminescent phosphor and its TiO2 coating by the sol-gel method for thick-film EL device," Journal of Luminescence, vol.
The PC sheet is bonded with adhesive to an electroluminescent phosphor film that is in turn adhesive-bonded to a substrate of aluminum, or other material.
Part 3, the bulk of the book, details methods for electron beam activation of reactions at solid-liquid interfaces, with chapters on modification of fillers for cements, activation of aqueous phase at cement and concrete solidification, activation of reactions at solid-solid interfaces, modification of electroluminescent phosphors, and electron beam modification of polymers.