Phosphorescent Decay Lab

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K-12 Outreach Kits and Labs

Overview

This high school or undergrad lab provides an introduction to measuring fluorescent and phosphorecent phenomena and practice with curve fitting to support models.

Procedures


External Links

  • Experiments with Glow-in-the-Dark Toys: Kinetics of Doped ZnS Phosphorescence J. Chem. Educ., 1996, 73 (11), p 1048 doi:10.1021/ed073p1048
  • Turning on the Light: Lessons from Luminescence Patricia B. O'Hara, Wayne St. Peter, Carol Engelson

Journal of Chemical Education 2005 82 (1), 49 doi:10.1021/ed082p49

  • Lasers in the undergraduate curriculum: Part II. Coursework experiments and research projects Jack K. Steehler Journal of Chemical Education 1990 67 (3), A65 doi: 10.1021/ed067pA65
  • Using LEDs and Phosphorescent Materials To Teach High School Students Quantum Mechanics. A Guided-Inquiry Laboratory for Introductory High School Chemistry J. Chem. Educ., 2009, 86 (3), p 340 doi: 10.1021/ed086p340
  • The Radiative Decay of Green and Red Photoluminescent Phosphors: An Undergraduate Kinetics Experiment for Materials Chemistry C. Degli Esposti and L. Bizzocchi J. Chem. Educ., 2008, 85 (6), p 839 June 1, 2008 (Article) doi: 10.1021/ed085p839

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