Green-light emitting BaMg0.9Al10O19: Mn2+ phosphor powders, with fine sizes, spherical shapes, and filled morphologies, were prepared by flame spray pyrolysis. The precursor powders obtained by flame spray pyrolysis from the aluminum polycation solution at low flow rate of the carrier gas had a fine size, dense structure and narrow size distribution even at very fast drying and decomposition rates of droplets or powders. Therefore, the BAM:Mn2+ phosphor powders obtained after post-treatment at a temperature of 1400°C had a spherical shape, fine size and filled morphology. The BAM:Mn2+ phosphor powders obtained at a post-treatment temperature of 1400°C had a high photoluminescence intensity under a vacuum ultraviolet light of 147 nm because of high crystallinity and good morphology.
|Number of pages||5|
|Journal||Journal of Ceramic Processing Research|
|Publication status||Published - 2008 Apr 3|
- Flame spray pyrolysis
ASJC Scopus subject areas
- Ceramics and Composites