Adsorption and Luminescence Properties of Porous Glasses Containing Europium(III) Chloride Nanoparticles

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Abstract

Europium(III) chloride is encapsulated into a porous glass through impregnation with a 0.1 M aqueous solution of the salt with subsequent elimination of water from the pore space. The results of comparing the intercalate content with spatially geometric parameters of the carrier, the increased adsorption of water by a modified glass, and the character of luminescence quenching due to the adsorption of water indicate that the salt particles in the porous glass have nanometer sizes.

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