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  1. Sustainable Smart Tags with Two‐Step Verification for Anticounterfeiting Triggered by the Photothermal Response of Upconverting Nanoparticles
  2. Going Above and Beyond: A Tenfold Gain in the Performance of Luminescence Thermometers Joining Multiparametric Sensing and Multiple Regression
  3. SiO2-TiO2 doped with Er3+/Yb3+/Eu3+ photoluminescent material: A spectroscopy and structural study about potential application for improvement of the efficiency on solar cells
  4. New organic-inorganic hybrid composites based on cellulose nanofibers and modified Laponite
  5. Three-dimensional printing and in vitro evaluation of poly(3-hydroxybutyrate) scaffolds functionalized with osteogenic growth peptide for tissue engineering
  6. Up-conversion mechanisms in Er 3+ -doped fluoroindate glasses under 1550 nm excitation for enhancing photocurrent of crystalline silicon solar cell
  7. Biopolymer-based membranes associated with osteogenic growth peptide for guided bone regeneration
  8. Magnetic Resonance and Conductivity Study of Lead–Cadmium Fluorosilicate Glasses and Glass-Ceramics
  9. Mueller matrix spectroscopic ellipsometry study of chiral nanocrystalline cellulose films
  10. Effect of in situ modification of bacterial cellulose with carboxymethylcellulose on its nano/microstructure and methotrexate release properties
  11. Hydrothermal synthesis of bacterial cellulose–copper oxide nanocomposites and evaluation of their antimicrobial activity
  12. Luminescent Eu3+ doped Al6Ge2O13 crystalline compounds obtained by the sol gel process for photonics
  13. Silk fibroin as a biotemplate for hierarchical porous silica monoliths for random laser applications
  14. Sustainable luminescent solar concentrators based on organic–inorganic hybrids modified with chlorophyll
  15. Eu(iii)-coordination polymer sub-micron fibers: material for selective and sensitive detection of Cu2+ionsviacompetition between photoinduced electron transfer and energy transfer
  16. Development and characterization of bacterial cellulose produced by cashew tree residues as alternative carbon source
  17. Development of coverage and its evaluation in the treatment of chronic wounds
  18. Nanocellulose-collagen-apatite composite associated with osteogenic growth peptide for bone regeneration
  19. Fabrication of Biocompatible, Functional, and Transparent Hybrid Films Based on Silk Fibroin and Epoxy Silane for Biophotonics
  20. Optical sensor platform based on cellulose nanocrystals (CNC) – 4′-(hexyloxy)-4-biphenylcarbonitrile (HOBC) bi-phase nematic liquid crystal composite films
  21. Low energy X-ray grating interferometry at the Brazilian Synchrotron
  22. UV and Temperature-Sensing Based on NaGdF4:Yb3+:Er3+@SiO2–Eu(tta)3
  23. Structural and optical study of glasses in the TeO2-GeO2-PbF2 ternary system
  24. Photochromic dynamics of organic–inorganic hybrids supported on transparent and flexible recycled PET
  25. Optical and structural properties of neodymium-doped KPO 3 -MoO 3 glasses
  26. Synthesis and factorial design applied to a novel chitosan/sodium polyphosphate nanoparticles via ionotropic gelation as an RGD delivery system
  27. A portable luminescent thermometer based on green up-conversion emission of Er3+/Yb3+ co-doped tellurite glass
  28. Optimized Synthesis of Silver Nanoparticles by Factorial Design with Application for the Determination of Melamine in Milk
  29. Hybrid layer-by-layer (LbL) films of polyaniline, graphene oxide and zinc oxide to detect ammonia
  30. Microwave-assisted synthesis of NaYF4:Yb3+/Tm3+ upconversion particles with tailored morphology and phase for the design of UV/NIR-active NaYF4:Yb3+/Tm3+@TiO2 core@shell photo...
  31. Photoluminescence and Structural Analysis of Er3+/Yb3+/Tm3+ Triply Doped Gd2O3
  32. Silk fibroin organization induced by chitosan in layer-by-layer films: Application as a matrix in a biosensor
  33. Upconversion nanoparticle-decorated gold nanoshells for near-infrared induced heating and thermometry
  34. DETC-based bacterial cellulose bio-curatives for topical treatment of cutaneous leishmaniasis
  35. Structural properties and visible emission of Eu3+-activated SiO2–ZnO–TiO2 powders prepared by a soft chemical process
  36. Thermal, structural and optical properties of new TeO2Sb2O3GeO2 ternary glasses
  37. A multipurpose natural and renewable polymer in medical applications: Bacterial cellulose
  38. Bifunctional Magnetic Luminescent Particles Based on Iron Oxide Nanoparticles Grafted with a Europium Silylated Bypiridine Tris(β-diketonate) Complex
  39. Immunosensor for diagnosis of Alzheimer disease using amyloid-β 1–40 peptide and silk fibroin thin films
  40. Komagataeibacter rhaeticus as an alternative bacteria for cellulose production
  41. Multifunctional EuYVO 4 nanoparticles coated with mesoporous silica
  42. Bacterial Cellulose
  43. Hybrid composite material based on polythiophene derivative nanofibers modified with gold nanoparticles for optoelectronics applications
  44. Bifunctional silica nanoparticles for the exploration of Pseudomonas aeruginosa biofilm
  45. Broadened band C-telecom and intense upconversion emission of Er 3+ /Yb 3+ co-doped CaYAlO 4 luminescent material obtained by an easy route
  46. Construction of a series of rare earth metal-organic frameworks supported by thiophenedicarboxylate linker: Synthesis, characterization, crystal structures and near-infrared/visible luminescence
  47. Preparation and structural characterization of sodium polyphosphate coacervate as a precursor for optical materials
  48. Facile Synthesis of Sub-20 nm Silver Nanowires through a Bromide-Mediated Polyol Method
  49. Concentration dependence of the infrared photoluminescence of Pr3+in fluoroindate glasses
  50. Highly nonlinear Pb2P2O7-Nb2O5 glasses for optical fiber production
  51. Luminescent multifunctional hybrids obtained by grafting of ruthenium complexes on mesoporous silica
  52. Structural, electronic and photoluminescence properties of Eu3+-doped CaYAlO4 obtained by using citric acid complexes as precursors
  53. Visible up-conversion and near-infrared luminescence of Er3+/Yb3+ co-doped SbPO4-GeO2 glasses
  54. Preparation, Structural Characterization, and Electrical Conductivity of Highly Ion-Conducting Glasses and Glass Ceramics in the System Li1+xAlxSnyGe2-(x+y)(PO4)3
  55. Multifunctional organic–inorganic hybrids based on cellulose acetate and 3-glycidoxypropyltrimethoxysilane
  56. Switchable photoluminescence liquid crystal coated bacterial cellulose films with conductive response
  57. White-Light and Yellow/Blue Photoluminescence Emission Based on Dy3+-Doped SiO2-Gd2O3Composites
  58. Characterization of Thin Carbon Films Produced by the Magnetron Sputtering Technique
  59. Scale up the collection area of luminescent solar concentrators towards metre-length flexible waveguiding photovoltaics
  60. Bacterial Cellulose/Collagen Hydrogel for Wound Healing
  61. Energy transfer process in highly photoluminescent binuclear hydrocinnamate of europium, terbium and gadolinium containing 1,10-phenanthroline as ancillary ligand
  62. NIR luminescence from erbium doped (100− x )SiO 2 : x ZnO powders obtained by soft chemical synthesis
  63. Near infrared emission and multicolor tunability of enhanced upconversion emission from Er 3+ –Yb 3+ co-doped Nb 2 O 5 nanocrystals embedded in silica-based nanocomposite and planar waveguides for photonics
  64. Silk fibroin-antigenic peptides-YVO 4 :Eu 3+ nanostructured thin films as sensors for hepatitis C
  65. Facile Synthesis of Tellurium Nanowires and Study of Their Third-Order Nonlinear Optical Properties
  66. Bacterial Cellulose Membranes as a Potential Drug Delivery System for Photodynamic Therapy of Skin Cancer
  69. Photoluminescence and nonlinear optical phenomena in plasmonic random media—A review of recent works
  70. Regenerated cellulose scaffolds: Preparation, characterization and toxicological evaluation
  71. Structural investigation of nickel polyphosphate coacervate glass–ceramics
  72. Effect of lead fluoride incorporation on the structure and luminescence properties of tungsten sodium phosphate glasses
  73. Photoluminescent and structural properties of ZnO containing Eu3+ using PEG as precursor
  74. Simple and cost-effective method to obtain RE3+-doped Al2O3 for possible photonic applications
  75. Synthesis, characterization and evaluation of scintillation properties of Eu 3+ -doped Gd 2 O 3 obtained using PEG as precursor
  76. Preparation and characterization of a bacterial cellulose/silk fibroin sponge scaffold for tissue regeneration
  77. Optical Properties of Luminescent Materials
  78. PWA-diureasils organic–inorganic hybrids. Photochromism and effect of the organic chain length
  79. Luminescence properties of Eu-complex formations into ordered mesoporous silica particles obtained by the spray pyrolysis process
  80. Enhanced photochromic response of ormosil–phosphotungstate nanocomposite coatings doped with TiO2 nanoparticles
  81. Bacterial cellulose-hydroxyapatite composites with osteogenic growth peptide (OGP) or pentapeptide OGP on bone regeneration in critical-size calvarial defect model
  82. Tailoring the Structure and Luminescence of Nanostructured Er3+ and Er3+ /Yb3+ -Activated Hafnia-Based Systems
  83. Synthesis, structural characterization, luminescent properties and theoretical study of three novel lanthanide metal-organic frameworks of Ho(III), Gd(III) and Eu(III) with 2,5-thiophenedicarboxylate anion
  84. Transparent organic–inorganic nanocomposites membranes based on carboxymethylcellulose and synthetic clay
  85. Eu3+-doped SiO2–Gd2O3 prepared by the sol–gel process: structural and optical properties
  86. Orange pectin mediated growth and stability of aqueous gold and silver nanocolloids
  87. Biocellulose-based flexible magnetic paper
  88. Thermal, Structural, and Crystallization Properties of New Tantalum Alkali-Germanate Glasses
  89. Biodegradation evaluation of bacterial cellulose, vegetable cellulose and poly (3-hydroxybutyrate) in soil
  90. Structural and optical properties of Er3+ doped SiO2–Al2O3–GeO2 compounds prepared by a simple route
  91. Third-order nonlinearities and other properties of molybdenum lead-pyrophosphate glass
  92. Color tunability in green, red and infra-red upconversion emission in Tm 3+ /Yb 3+ /Ho 3+ co-doped CeO 2 with potential application for improvement of efficiency in solar cells
  93. Nano- and Macroscale Structural and Mechanical Properties of in Situ Synthesized Bacterial Cellulose/PEO-b-PPO-b-PEO Biocomposites
  94. Laser irradiation and thermal treatment inducing selective crystallization in Sb2O3–Sb2S3 glassy films
  95. Zirconium-methacrylate oxoclusters as new hybrid materials for the modification of epoxy systems
  96. Transparent composites prepared from bacterial cellulose and castor oil based polyurethane as substrates for flexible OLEDs
  98. Enhancement of Optical Absorption, Photoluminescence and Raman Transitions in Bi2O3-GeO2Glasses with Embedded Silver Nanoparticles
  99. Luminescent Terbium Doped Aluminate Particles: Properties and Surface Modification with Asparagine
  100. NIR Luminescence from Sol-Gel Er3+Doped SiO2:GeO2Transparent Gels, Nanostructured Powders and Thin Films for Photonic Applications
  101. Near Infrared Emission at 1000 nm from Nanostructured Pr3+/Yb3+Co-doped SiO2-Nb2O5for Solar Cell Application
  102. New Flexible and Transparent Solution-Based Germanium-Sulfide Polymeric Materials
  103. Shedding Light on Chemistry
  104. Spherical-shaped Y2O3:Eu3+ nanoparticles with intense photoluminescence emission
  105. Synthesis and Characterization of Methylcellulose Produced from Bacterial Cellulose under Heterogeneous Condition
  106. Upconversion and infrared emission of Er3+/Yb3+ co-doped SiO2-Gd2O3 obtained by sol-gel process
  107. Characterization and Application of Nanostructured Films Containing Au and TiO2 Nanoparticles Supported in Bacterial Cellulose
  108. Mechanical, thermal, and barrier properties of methylcellulose/cellulose nanocrystals nanocomposites
  109. Reassessment of the potential applications of Eu3+-doped Y2O3 photoluminescent material in ceramic powder form
  110. Infrared to Visible Up-conversion in Biocellulose–yttrium Vanadate Nanoparticle Composite Membranes. Demonstration of Chloroaluminum Phthalocyanine Light Emission Under Up-converted Light Excitation
  111. Thermal and structural properties of tantalum alkali-phosphate glasses
  112. Unusual broadening of the NIR luminescence of Er3+-doped Nb2O5 nanocrystals embedded in silica host: Preparation and their structural and spectroscopic study for photonics applications
  113. Draft Genome Sequence of Komagataeibacter rhaeticus Strain AF1, a High Producer of Cellulose, Isolated from Kombucha Tea
  114. Preparation, thermal characterization, and DFT study of the bacterial cellulose
  115. Metallic nanoparticles grown in the core of femtosecond laser micromachined waveguides
  116. Er3+-doped Y2O3 obtained by polymeric precursor: Synthesis, structure and upconversion emission properties
  117. Theoretical and experimental spectroscopic studies of the first highly luminescent binuclear hydrocinnamate of Eu(III), Tb(III) and Gd(III) with bidentate 2,2'-bipyridine ligand
  118. Random laser action from flexible biocellulose-based device
  119. Bacterial cellulose/triethanolamine based ion-conducting membranes
  120. New biphasic mono-component composite material obtained by partial oxypropylation of bacterial cellulose
  121. Luminescent solar concentrators: challenges for lanthanide-based organic–inorganic hybrid materials
  122. Bacterial Cellulose as a Template for Preparation of Hydrotalcite-Like Compounds
  123. Synergistic effect of green coffee oil and synthetic sunscreen for health care application
  124. Role of the reactive atmosphere during the sol–gel synthesis on the enhancing of the emission quantum yield of urea cross-linked tripodal siloxane-based hybrids
  125. Structure, characterization and near-infrared emission of a novel 6-connected uninodal 3D network of Nd(III) containing 2,5-thiophenedicarboxylate anion
  126. Flexible magnetic membranes based on bacterial cellulose and its evaluation as electromagnetic interference shielding material
  127. Sleeving nanocelluloses by admicellar polymerization
  128. Synthesis, structural characterization and photophysical properties of highly photoluminescent crystals of Eu(III), Tb(III) and Dy(III) with 2,5-thiophenedicarboxylate
  129. Tunable plasmon resonance modes on gold nanoparticles in Er3+-doped germanium–tellurite glass
  130. Visible to infrared energy conversion in Pr3+–Yb3+ co-doped fluoroindate glasses
  131. Bifunctional silica nanoparticles for the exploration of biofilms ofPseudomonas aeruginosa
  132. Nonlinear Optical Properties of Tungsten Lead–Pyrophosphate Glasses Containing Metallic Copper Nanoparticles
  133. Simple Green Approach to Reinforce Natural Rubber with Bacterial Cellulose Nanofibers
  134. Organosilylated Complex [Eu(TTA)3(Bpy-Si)]: A Bifunctional Moiety for the Engeneering of Luminescent Silica-Based Nanoparticles for Bioimaging
  135. Luminescence Enhancement of Carboxyl-Coated CdTe Quantum Dots by Silver Nanoparticles
  136. Immunosensor Based on Immobilization of Antigenic Peptide NS5A-1 from HCV and Silk Fibroin in Nanostructured Films
  137. Optically transparent membrane based on bacterial cellulose/polycaprolactone
  138. Preparation and characterization of the bacterial cellulose/polyurethane nanocomposites
  139. Silk fibroin biopolymer films as efficient hosts for DFB laser operation
  140. Antimicrobial Brazilian Propolis (EPP-AF) Containing Biocellulose Membranes as Promising Biomaterial for Skin Wound Healing
  141. Broadband NIR emission in novel sol–gel Er3+-doped SiO2–Nb2O5 glass ceramic planar waveguides for photonic applications
  142. First crystal structures of lanthanide-hydrocinnamate complexes: Hydrothermal synthesis and photophysical studies
  143. Glasses on the Nanoscale
  144. Orange emission in Pr3+-doped fluoroindate glasses
  145. The Role of Bi2O3 on the Thermal, Structural, and Optical Properties of Tungsten-Phosphate Glasses
  146. Infrared to Visible Up-Conversion Emission in Er3+/Yb3+Codoped Fluoro-Phosphate Glass-Ceramics
  147. NIR luminescent Er3+/Yb3+ co-doped SiO2–ZrO2 nanostructured planar and channel waveguides: Optical and structural properties
  148. Singlet Oxygen Generation Enhanced by Silver-Pectin Nanoparticles
  149. Transparent bacterial cellulose–boehmite–epoxi-siloxane nanocomposites
  150. Avaliação do molhamento da matriz de um concreto refratário (Al2O3-SiC-SiO2-C) por escórias sintéticas contendo distintos teores de MgO
  151. Characterization and in vitro evaluation of bacterial cellulose membranes functionalized with osteogenic growth peptide for bone tissue engineering
  152. Terbium(III) and dysprosium(III) 8-connected 3D networks containing 2,5-thiophenedicarboxylate anion: Crystal structures and photoluminescence studies
  153. Structural studies of AgPO3–MoO3 glasses using solid state NMR and vibrational spectroscopies
  154. Calcium polyphosphate coacervates: effects of thermal treatment
  155. Organic–inorganic hybrids prepared by carboxylic acid solvolysis: Planar waveguides
  156. APTES-Modified RE2O3:Eu3+ Luminescent Beads: Structure and Properties
  157. Self-supported bacterial cellulose/boehmite organic–inorganic hybrid films
  158. 1.5 μm and visible up-conversion emissions in Er3+/Yb3+ co-doped tellurite glasses and optical fibers for photonic applications
  159. Bacterial cellulose-collagen nanocomposite for bone tissue engineering
  160. Optimization of photo-polymerized sol–gel monolithic stationary phases prepared in polyacrylate-coated fused-silica capillaries for capillary electrochromatography
  161. Structural and Luminescence Properties of Silica-Based Hybrids Containing New Silylated-Diketonato Europium(III) Complex
  162. Photoexpansion and photobleaching effects in oxysulfide thin films of the GeS2+Ga2O3 system
  163. Multicolor up conversion emission and color tunability in Yb3+/Tm3+/Ho3+ triply doped heavy metal oxide glasses
  164. Thermal, structural and optical properties of new tungsten lead–pyrophosphate glasses
  165. Luminescent multifunctional biocellulose membranes
  166. Structure and properties of conducting bacterial cellulose-polyaniline nanocomposites
  167. Structural investigations of tungsten silver phosphate glasses by solid state NMR, vibrational and X-ray absorption near edge spectroscopies
  168. Synthesis and characterization of microcrystalline cellulose produced from bacterial cellulose
  169. Broadband NIR Emission in Sol–Gel Er3+-Activated SiO2–Ta2O5 Glass Ceramic Planar and Channel Waveguides for Optical Application
  170. Rare Earth Doped SnO2 Nanoscaled Powders and Coatings: Enhanced Photoluminescence in Water and Waveguiding Properties
  171. Bacterial cellulose/poly(3-hydroxybutyrate) composite membranes
  172. Antimicrobial Bacterial Cellulose-Silver Nanoparticles Composite Membranes
  173. Bacterial Cellulose-Hydroxyapatite Nanocomposites for Bone Regeneration
  174. Bacterial cellulose–laponite clay nanocomposites
  175. Eletrodo de pasta de carbono em minicavidade de contato sólido
  176. Structural and Spectroscopic Properties of Luminescent Er3+-Doped SiO2-Ta2O5 Nanocomposites
  177. Kinetic parameters for thermal decomposition of microcrystalline, vegetal, and bacterial cellulose
  178. Spectroscopic studies on glassy Ni(II) and Co(II) polyphosphate coacervates
  179. Enhanced photoluminescence features of Eu3+-modified di-ureasil-zirconium oxocluster organic–inorganic hybrids
  180. Refractive index changes in photochromic SbPO4–WO3 glass by exposure to band-gap radiation
  181. Enhanced Eu3+Emission in Aqueous Phosphotungstate Colloidal Systems: Stabilization of Polyoxometalate Nanostructures
  182. Preparation and bactericidal effect of composites based on crosslinked copolymers containing silver nanoparticles
  183. Upconversion luminescence in Er3+ doped and Er3+/Yb3+ codoped zirconia and hafnia nanocrystals excited at 980 nm
  184. Preface
  185. Non-leachable highly luminescent ordered mesoporous SiO2spherical particles
  186. Preparation and antibacterial activity of silver nanoparticles impregnated in bacterial cellulose
  187. Biossíntese e recentes avanços na produção de celulose bacteriana
  188. Elastic Work and Fracture Energy of Concretes Made with Crushed Stones and Pebbles Aggregates
  189. The influence of microstructure on the maximum load and fracture energy of refractory castables
  190. Photoexpansion and photorefraction in oxysulphide glasses
  191. Crystallization study of molybdate phosphate glasses by thermal analysis
  192. Influence of Ga incorporation on photoinduced phenomena in Ge–S based glasses
  193. Papers from invited speakers at the First Latin American Meeting on Biological Inorganic Chemistry – LABIC2008
  194. Photoinduced effects in AsSP glasses
  195. Frequency upconversion in Er3+ and Yb3+-doped zirconia and hafnia nanocrystals excited at 980 nm in the continuous-wave regime
  196. Amorphous manganese polyphosphates: preparation, characterization and incorporation of azo dyes
  197. Nanocomposites materials generated from a spray
  198. Synthesis and characterization of silver nanoparticles impregnated into bacterial cellulose
  199. Crystallization of monoclinic WO3 in tungstate fluorophosphate glasses
  200. Elaboration of boehmite nano-powders by spray-pyrolysis
  201. Mössbauer spectroscopy study of iron oxide nanoparticles obtained by spray pyrolysis
  202. Mössbauer spectroscopy study of iron oxide nanoparticles obtained by spray pyrolysis
  203. Visible and near-infrared luminescent Eu3+ or Er3+ doped laponite-derived xerogels and thick films: Structural and spectroscopic properties
  204. Lanthanide-Containing Light-Emitting Organic-Inorganic Hybrids: A Bet on the Future
  205. Bacterial cellulose membrane as flexible substrate for organic light emitting devices
  206. Crystallization study of the (1−x)Sb2O3–(x)SbPO4 glass system
  207. Er3+-Based Diureasil Organic−Inorganic Hybrids
  208. Active planar waveguides based on sol–gel Er3+-doped SiO2–ZrO2 for photonic applications: Morphological, structural and optical properties
  209. Aluminoxane–epoxi–siloxane hybrids waveguides
  210. Luminescent nano-composites generated from a spray
  211. Preface
  212. Electro-precipitation of Fe3O4 nanoparticles in ethanol
  213. Synthesis and characterization of cellulose acetate produced from recycled newspaper
  214. External polyacrylate-coating as alternative material for preparation of photopolymerized sol–gel monolithic column
  215. Local order around rare earth ions during the devitrification of oxyfluoride glasses
  216. Er3+doped phosphoniobate glasses and planar waveguides: structural and optical properties
  217. Waveguides and gratings fabrication in zirconium-based organic/inorganic hybrids
  218. Photopatternable Di-ureasil−Zirconium Oxocluster Organic−Inorganic Hybrids As Cost Effective Integrated Optical Substrates
  219. Structural study of thin films prepared from tungstate glass matrix by Raman and X-ray absorption spectroscopy
  220. Self-supported silver nanoparticles containing bacterial cellulose membranes
  221. Thermal behavior of cellulose acetate produced from homogeneous acetylation of bacterial cellulose
  222. Infiltration of Al2O3/Y2O3 mix into SiC ceramic preforms
  223. Preparation and Characterization of New Glassy System As2P2S8−Ga2S3
  224. Redox Behavior of Molybdenum and Tungsten in Phosphate Glasses
  225. Structural and spectroscopic study of oxyfluoride glasses and glass-ceramics using europium ion as a structural probe
  226. Erbium-activated silica–zirconia planar waveguides prepared by sol–gel route
  227. Wetting behaviour of silicon nitride ceramics by Ti–Cu alloys
  228. Efficient UV-visible upconversion luminescence and thermal effects in terbium-ytterbium codoped fluorogermanate vitroceramic
  229. Photoluminescence of bulks and thin films of Eu3+-doped organic/inorganic hybrids
  230. Pump excited state absorption in holmium-doped fluoride glass
  231. Construção de câmara de luz ultravioleta para fotopolimerização de fases estacionárias monolíticas
  232. Production of defects in ZBLAN, ZBLAN:Tm3+ and ZBLAN:Cr3+ glasses by ultra-short pulses laser interaction
  233. Thin films prepared from tungstate glass matrix
  234. Tm and Tm–Tb-doped germanate glasses for S-band amplifiers
  235. Upconversion luminescence in Ho3+/Yb3+- and Tb3+/Yb3+-codoped fluorogermanate glass and glass ceramic
  236. Bacterial cellulose–silica organic–inorganic hybrids
  237. Erbium and ytterbium co-doped SiO2:GeO2 planar waveguide prepared by the sol–gel route using an alternative precursor
  238. Preparation and characterization of erbium and ytterbium co-doped sol–gel SiO2:HfO2 films for planar waveguides
  239. NMR Structural Study on the As−P−S Glassy System
  240. Synthesis and luminescence properties of water dispersible Eu3+-doped boehmite nanoparticles
  241. Microwave synthesis of YAG:Eu by sol–gel methodology
  242. Structural Studies of NaPO3−MoO3Glasses by Solid-State Nuclear Magnetic Resonance and Raman Spectroscopy
  243. Excited state dynamics of the Ho3+ ions in holmium singly doped and holmium, praseodymium-codoped fluoride glasses
  244. Evaluation of laser level populations of erbium-doped glasses
  245. Glasses in the SbPO4–WO3 system
  246. Photoluminescence of Eu3+ ion in SnO2 obtained by sol–gel
  247. Photochromic properties of tungstate-based glasses
  248. Polymerization of photocurable commercial dental methacrylate-based composites
  249. Thermal characterization of bacterial cellulose–phosphate composite membranes
  250. Characterization of methylcellulose produced from sugar cane bagasse cellulose: Crystallinity and thermal properties
  251. Fabrication and analysis of self-assembled photonic crystals structures
  252. Bacterial Cellulose from Glucanacetobacter xylinus: Preparation, Properties and Applications
  253. Energy transfer between Tm3+ and Er3+ ions in a TeO2-based glass pumped at diode laser wavelength
  254. Waveguide features in self-patternable amine functionalized organic- inorganic hybrids
  255. Bulk photochromism in a tungstate-phosphate glass: A new optical memory material?
  256. Photoinduced effect in Ga–Ge–S based thin films
  257. 1.5μm Emission and infrared-to-visible frequency upconversion in Er+3/Yb+3-doped phosphoniobate glasses
  258. Characterization of the reversible photoinduced optical changes in Sb-based glasses
  259. Erbium- and ytterbium-doped sol–gel SiO2–HfO2 crack-free thick films onto silica on silicon substrate
  260. Structure and properties of Ti4+-ureasil organic-inorganic hybrids
  261. Effects in the population inversion of3H 4 level in Tm, Tm-Tb and Tm-Eu doped germanate glasses for amplifiers applications
  262. Study of blends PC/PMMA doped with [Eu(acac)3] by photoacoustic and photoluminescent spectroscopy.
  263. Optical properties and energy-transfer frequency upconversion of Yb3+-sensitized Ho3+- and Tb3+-doped lead-cadmium-germanate glass and glass ceramic
  264. Structural studies of NaPO3–WO3glasses by solid state NMR and Raman spectroscopy
  265. Ytterbium-induced energy-transfer upconversion enhancement in Nd3+/Pr3+-codoped PbGeO3–PbF2–CdF2 glass excited at 810nm
  266. Study of fluorine losses in oxyfluoride glasses
  267. Effects of self-assembly process of latex spheres on the final topology of macroporous silica
  268. Local order around tungsten atoms in tungstate fluorophosphate glasses by X-ray absorption spectroscopy
  269. Laserlike emission from silica inverse opals infiltrated with Rhodamine 6G
  270. Spectroscopic investigation of a new hybrid glass formed by the interaction between croconate ion and calcium polyphosphate
  271. Tm3+ and Tm3+–Ho3+ doped fluorogermanate glasses for S-band amplifiers
  272. Energy-transfer frequency upconversion in neodymium-sensitized praseodymium-doped PbGeO3–PbF2–CdF2 glass excited at 810nm
  273. Photo-induced effects in Ge25Ga10S65 glasses studied by XPS and XAS
  274. Structural study of tungstate fluorophosphate glasses by Raman and X-ray absorption spectroscopy
  275. Conductivity and 19F NMR in PbGeO3–PbF2–CdF2 glasses and glass-ceramics
  276. Spectroscopic Study and Local Coordination of Polyphosphate Colloidal Systems
  277. New tungstate fluorophosphate glasses
  278. Planar and UV written channel optical waveguides prepared with siloxane–poly(oxyethylene)–zirconia organic–inorganic hybrids. Structure and optical properties
  279. 10.4028/0-87849-353-0.237
  280. Poole-Frenkel effect in Er doped SnO2thin films deposited by sol-gel-dip-coating
  281. Clustering of rare earth in glasses, aluminum effect: experiments and modeling
  282. Photo-induced transformations in chalcogenide composite layers
  283. Sol–gel Eu3+/Tm3+ doped transparent glass–ceramic waveguides
  284. Intense red upconversion emission in infrared excited holmium-doped PbGeO3–PbF2–CdF2 transparent glass ceramic
  285. Red, green, and blue upconversion luminescence in ytterbium-sensitized praseodymium-doped lead–cadmium–germanate glass
  286. Eu3+ doped polyphosphate–aminosilane organic–inorganic hybrids
  287. Upconversion luminescence in transparent glass ceramics containing β-PbF2 nanocrystals doped with erbium
  288. Infrared-to-visible frequency upconversion in transparent glass ceramics containing trivalent-rare-earth-doped nanocrystals
  289. Red, green, and blue upconversion luminescence in ytterbium-sensitized praseodymium-doped lead-cadmium-germanate glass
  290. Glass structure and ion dynamics of lead–cadmium fluorgermanate glasses
  291. Dynamics of Tm–Ho energy transfer and deactivation of the 3F4 low level of thulium in fluorozirconate glasses
  292. Erbium-activated HfO2-based waveguides for photonics
  293. Structural organization and thermal properties of the Sb2O3–SbPO4glass system
  294. Electro-optical properties of Er-doped SnO2 thin films
  295. Substitution of pure Y2O3 by a mixed concentrate of rare earth oxides (CRE2O3) as sintering additive of Si3N4: a comparative study of the mechanical properties
  296. Erbium-activate HfO 2 -based waveguides for photonics
  297. Transparent Er3+-activated lead fluorogermanate glass ceramics
  298. Infrared-to-visible CW frequency upconversion in erbium activated silica–hafnia waveguides prepared by sol–gel route
  299. Sol-gel erbium-doped silica-hafnia planar and channel waveguides
  300. Enhanced emission from Eu(III) β-diketone complex combined with ether-type oxygen atoms of di-ureasil organic–inorganic hybrids
  301. Study of the most suitable new glass laser to incorporate ytterbium: alkali niobium tellurite, lead fluorborate or heavy metal oxide
  302. Thermally enhanced cooperative energy-transfer frequency upconversion in terbium and ytterbium doped tellurite glass
  303. Mechanism of the Yb–Er energy transfer in fluorozirconate glass
  304. Optical properties and frequency upconversion fluorescence in a Tm3+ -doped alkali niobium tellurite glass
  305. Optical spectroscopy and frequency upconversion properties of Tm3+ doped tungstate fluorophosphate glasses
  306. Red–green–blue upconversion emission and energy-transfer between Tm 3+ and Er 3+ ions in tellurite glasses excited at 1.064 μm
  307. SiO2–PbF2–CdF2 glasses and glass ceramics
  308. Scandium fluorophosphate glasses: a structural approach
  309. Blue upconversion enhancement by a factor of 200 in Tm3+-doped tellurite glass by codoping with Nd3+ ions
  310. Energy upconversion luminescence in neodymium-doped tellurite glass
  311. Inorganic nanoparticles in organic-inorganic hybrid hosts for planar waveguides
  312. Infrared-to-visible frequency upconversion in Pr3+/Yb3+- and Er3+/Yb3+-codoped tellurite glasses
  313. Optical characteristics of Er3+–Yb3+ doped SnO2 xerogels
  314. Rare earth doped synthetic opals and inverse opals
  315. Spectroscopic properties of Er3+ in oxysulfide glasses
  316. Titania-based organic–inorganic hybrid planar waveguides
  317. Molecular dynamics simulations on devitrification: The PbF2 case
  318. Sol-gel Er-doped SiO2–HfO2 planar waveguides: A viable system for 1.5 μm application
  319. Local order around of germanium atoms in Ga10Ge25S65 glass by EXAFS
  320. Blue cooperative luminescence in Yb3+-doped tellurite glasses excited at 1.064 μm
  321. Synthesis and structural investigations on TeO2-PbF2-CdF2 glasses and transparent glass-ceramics
  322. Structural studies on lead–cadmium fluoride solid solutions
  323. Local Er(iii) environment in luminescent titanosilicates prepared from microporous precursorsElectronic supplementary information (ESI) available: Er LIII-edge k3-weighted EXAFS spectra and Fourier transforms. See
  324. Synthesis and Structural Studies of Er3+ Containing Lead Cadmium Fluoroborate Glasses and Glass-Ceramics
  325. Tungstate fluorophosphate glasses as optical limiters
  326. Efficient energy upconversion emission in Tm3+/Yb3+-codoped TeO2-based optical glasses excited at 1.064 μm
  327. Structure and Luminescence of Eu3+-Doped Class I Siloxane−Poly(ethylene glycol) Hybrids
  328. Structural studies on TeO2–PbO glasses
  329. Above bandgap induced photoexpansion and photobleaching in Ga–Ge–S based glasses
  330. Antimony oxide based glasses
  331. Time dependence and energy-transfer mechanisms in Tm3+, Ho3+ and Tm3+–Ho3+ co-doped alkali niobium tellurite glasses sensitized by Yb3+
  332. Erbium-activated silica-titania planar waveguides prepared by rf-sputtering
  333. Low optical loss planar waveguides prepared in an organic–inorganic hybrid system
  334. IR-visible upconversion and thermal effects in Pr3+/Yb3+-codoped Ga2O3:La2S3chalcogenide glasses
  335. Substitution of Y2O3 by a rare earth oxide mixture as sintering additive of Si3N4 ceramics
  336. Spectroscopic studies of the Eu3+ and Er3+ ions in the fluorozirconate LaZr2F11 matrix
  337. White light emission ofEu3+-based hybrid xerogels
  338. Er3+ and Eu3+ containing transparent glass ceramics in the system PbGeO3–PbF2–CdF2
  339. Raman scattering, differential scanning calorimetry and Nd3+ spectroscopy in alkali niobium tellurite glasses
  340. Thermal–optical properties of Ga:La:S glasses measured by thermal lens technique
  341. Glasses containing lutetium fluoride
  342. New glasses in the system InF 3 -BaF 2 -ErPO 4
  343. Viscosity of fluoroindate glasses
  344. Differential scanning calorimetry, x-ray diffraction and 19F nuclear magnetic resonance investigations of the crystallization of InF3-based glasses
  345. In(PO3)3 stabilised fluoroindate glasses
  346. Crystal structures and luminescence properties of La3Zr4F25and α-LaZr3F15
  347. Crystallization of ZrF4LaF3AlF3 glasses
  348. Crystallization of fluorindate and fluorogallate glasses
  349. Short range order evolution in the preparation of SnO2 based materials
  350. Luminescence and non-radiative processes in lanthanide squarate hydrates
  351. Structure and crystallization of lanthanum fluorozirconate glasses
  352. EXAFS and Raman spectroscopy study of binary indium fluoride glasses
  353. Spectroscopic study of lanthanide squarate hydrates
  354. Eu3+ and Gd3+ spectroscopy in fluoroindate glasses
  355. Spectroscopic characterization of SnO2 gels
  356. Structural studies in lead germanate glasses: EXAFS and vibrational spectroscopy
  357. Structural studies in lead fluorogermanate and fluorosilicate glasses
  358. SnO2:Eu nanocrystallites in SnO2 monolithic xerogels
  359. Study of SnO2 gels by Eu3+ fluorescence spectroscopy
  360. Absorption and emission spectroscopic parameters of Nd3+ and Eu3+ ions in their hexamethylphosphoramide complexes
  361. Theoretical intensities of 4f-4f transitions between stark levels of the Eu3+ ion in crystals
  362. Bright visible upconversion emission and thermally enhanced cooperative energy-transfer in Tb/sup 3+//Yb/sup 3+/-codoped tellurite glass