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Enhanced Broadband 2.0 μm Emission and Energy Transfer Mechanism in HoBi Co‐Doped Borophosphate Glass

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A novel borophosphate glass doped with Ho2O3 and Bi2O3 has been investigated. The efficient energy transfer process between Ho3+ and bismuth ions is observed and the energy transfer efficiency is 47.8%. The enhanced broadband 2.0 μm emission with a full width at half maximum of 180 nm of Ho3+:5I75I8 is obtained by codoping Bi2O3 excited by a 445 nm laser diode. The emission properties and energy transfer mechanism of Ho3+ sensitized by bismuth ions are discussed. The results indicate that this glass is a promising candidate for 2.0 μm laser material.
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Document Type: Research Article

Publication date: October 1, 2012

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