- Unit: Faculty of Physics
- Keywords: Luminescence, stationary conditions, quasistationary conditions, UV-VIS spectral range, semiconductors, semiconductor compounds
The nanosecond luminescence spectroscopy setup is used for luminescence measurements in UV-VIS spectral regions. Luminescence measurements under stationary and quasi-stationary conditions, and with nanosecond time resolution in a spectral range of 180-850 nm can be performed using this setup.
Double monochromator with photomultiplier tube is used for high spectral resolution measurements.
ICCD is used for time-resolved luminescence measurements.
CW He-Cd laser (325 nm), nanosecond YAG:Nd laser and its harmonics (up to 5th, 213 nm), and tunable wavelength laser (210-2300 nm) can be used for excitation.
Measurements can be performed in a wide temperature range 8-300 K, using closed cycle cryostat.
Spectral range of photomultiplier tube: 160-930 nm.
Spectral range of ICCD: 180-850 nm.
Time resolution: 2 ns.
He-Cd laser: 325 nm, max power 6 mW.
YAG:Nd laser and harmonics: 1064, 532, 355, 266, 213 nm, pulse duration: 4 ns, max pulse energy: 250 mJ@1064 nm, 120 mJ@532 nm, 80 mJ@355 nm, 30 mJ@266 nm, 8 mJ@213 nm.
Tunable wavelength laser: 210-2300 nm, pulse duration: 4 ns, max pulse energy: up to 5 mJ@210-420 nm, up to 30 mJ@420-2300 nm.
Excitation power density range: 100 mW/cm2–10 MW/cm2.
Application. Semiconductor and semiconductor compounds industry.