layered rare-earth hydroxide (LRH), anion exchange, exfoliation, assembly, luminescence
This review article compiles the recent achievements made in layered rare-earth (RE) hydroxide (LRH), including controlled crystallization, structural and morphological features, anion exchange, nanosheet exfoliation, and application in the field of luminescence for both the Ln2(OH)5(Ax-)1/x·nH2O (251-LRH) and Ln2(OH)4(Ax-)2/x·nH2O (241-LRH) phases. The luminescent properties of the LRHs themselves, the oxide, oxysulfate, and oxysulfide phosphors derived from the LRHs via controlled calcination, and the highly oriented transparent phosphor films of enhanced luminescence and/or novel emission features are summarized.
Tsinghua University Press
Qi ZHU, Xuejiao WANG, Ji-Guang LI. Recent progress in layered rare-earth hydroxide (LRH) and its application in luminescence. Journal of Advanced Ceramics 2017, 6(3): 177-186.