photoluminesce

photoluminesce

(ˌfəʊtəʊˌluːmɪˈnɛs)
vb
to produce photoluminescence
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When (9, 4) SWNTs are excited with a laser wavelength of 730 nm, the SWNTs photoluminesce at 1130 nm.
Unfortunately, the overton of that vibration occurs at ~1450 nm, i.e., the wavelength where one of the absorption bands of Er(III) also occurs is responsible for its 1530 nm photoluminesce. In consequence, the presence of O--H groups in the matrix containing erbium ions thus causes problems by hindering emission in the region around 1530 nm, and that this has implications for the amplifying effect (see e.g., Ref.