JP2003096448A - Fluorescent substance for vacuum ultraviolet-excited light-emitting element - Google Patents

Fluorescent substance for vacuum ultraviolet-excited light-emitting element

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JP2003096448A
JP2003096448A JP2001296460A JP2001296460A JP2003096448A JP 2003096448 A JP2003096448 A JP 2003096448A JP 2001296460 A JP2001296460 A JP 2001296460A JP 2001296460 A JP2001296460 A JP 2001296460A JP 2003096448 A JP2003096448 A JP 2003096448A
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Susumu Miyazaki
Keiji Ono
Takashi Takeda
慶司 大野
進 宮崎
隆史 武田
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(57) [Problem] To provide a phosphor for a VUV-excited light emitting device which has a high emission luminance and a small decrease in luminance due to plasma exposure. A composition formula Y 1-ab Gd a Tb b Al 3 (BO 3) 4
(0.3 ≦ a ≦ 0.55, 0.003 ≦ b ≦ 0.44
A phosphor for a vacuum ultraviolet ray excited light emitting device having the composition represented by 5). Composition formula Y 1-ab Gd a Eu b Al 3 (BO 3)
4 (0.3 ≦ a ≦ 0.55, 0.003 ≦ b ≦ 0.44
A phosphor for a vacuum ultraviolet ray excited light emitting device having the composition represented by 5).

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DETAILED DESCRIPTION OF THE INVENTION [0001] TECHNICAL FIELD The present invention relates to a plasma display.
Ray panel (hereinafter referred to as "PDP") and rare gas
Phosphors suitable for VUV-excited light-emitting devices such as pumps
And a VUV-excited light-emitting device using
Is what you do. [0002] 2. Description of the Related Art Light is emitted when excited by vacuum ultraviolet rays.
Phosphors are already known. For example, Ba, Mg, A
BaMgAl comprising l, O and activator (Eu)
TenO17: Eu is a blue phosphor for a VUV-excited light emitting device
And, for example, Zn, Si, O and an activator (Mn)
Consisting of ZnTwoSiOFour: Mn as green phosphor
For example, it is composed of Y, Gd, B, O and an activator (Eu).
(Y, Gd) BOThree: Commercialized as Eu red phosphor
And vacuum ultraviolet ray excitation of PDP, rare gas lamp, etc.
Used for optical devices. However, these vacuums
Further increase in brightness of phosphors for UV-excited light emitting devices
Was desired. In addition, PDP and rare gas lamps
To generate plasma by discharging in a rare gas
Generates vacuum ultraviolet rays, but is exposed to plasma.
The brightness of the phosphor is reduced by
VUV-excited light emission with little decrease in brightness due to plasma exposure
There has been a demand for a phosphor for an element. [0003] SUMMARY OF THE INVENTION It is an object of the present invention to
Vacuum ultraviolet with high brightness and little decrease in brightness due to plasma exposure
An object of the present invention is to provide a phosphor for a line excitation light emitting device. [0004] [MEANS FOR SOLVING THE PROBLEMS] A vacuum ultraviolet ray excited light emitting device
The present inventors have already disclosed in JP 2001
JP-A-123164, the composition formula Gd1-eTbeA
lThree(BOThree)Four(However, 0.003 ≦ e ≦ 0.5, G
0.5 to 95 mol% of d can be substituted with Y)
A phosphor having a composition represented by
No. 01-123166, the composition formula Gd1-fE
ufAlThree(BOThree)Four(However, 0.003 ≦ f ≦ 0.
5. 0.5 to 95 mol% of Gd can be substituted with Y.
A phosphor having a composition represented by
However, as a result of further study, it was found that
Therefore, the brightness is particularly high in the range of the specific amount of substitution of Y,
In addition, we found that there was little decrease in brightness due to plasma exposure.
Thus, the present invention has been completed. That is, the present invention provides the following compositional formula (1) Y1-abGdaTbbAlThree(BOThree)Four  ... (1) (0.3 ≦ a ≦ 0.55, 0.003 ≦ b ≦ 0.44
For VUV-excited light emitting device having the composition represented by 5)
A phosphor is provided. Further, the present invention provides the following composition formula (2) Y1-cdGdcEudAlThree(BOThree)Four  ... (2) (0.3 ≦ c ≦ 0.55, 0.003 ≦ d ≦ 0.44
For VUV-excited light emitting device having the composition represented by 5)
A phosphor is provided. Also, the present invention is described in any of the above.
To provide a VUV-excited light-emitting device using phosphors
You. [0006] DESCRIPTION OF THE PREFERRED EMBODIMENTS The present invention will be described below in detail.
I do. One of the phosphors for the VUV-excited light emitting device of the present invention
Is the following composition formula (1) Y1-abGdaTbbAlThree(BOThree)Four  ... (1) (0.3 ≦ a ≦ 0.55, 0.003 ≦ b ≦ 0.7)
It has the composition represented. That is, YAlThree(BOThree)Four
Of G is replaced by Gd and Tb.
In the composition formula (1), a is 0.3 or more and 0.55 or less.
It is the range below. a is less than 0.3 or 0.5
If it exceeds 5, the luminance due to vacuum ultraviolet excitation is low.
The phosphor having the composition represented by the composition formula (1)
In particular, when a is 0.3 or more and 0.55 or less, the luminance
The present inventors have found that it is higher. Activator
In the composition formula (1), b is 0.
The range is 003 or more and 0.445 or less. b is 0.
If less than 003 or greater than 0.445, vacuum purple
Luminance due to external line excitation decreases, which is not preferable. A phosphor for a vacuum ultraviolet ray excited light emitting device of the present invention.
Is the following composition formula (2) Y1-cdGdcEudAlThree(BOThree)Four  ... (2) (0.3 ≦ c ≦ 0.55, 0.003 ≦ d ≦ 0.44
It has a composition represented by 5). That is, YAlThree(B
OThree)FourIs partially replaced by Gd and Eu.
As for the substitution amount of d, in the composition formula (2), c is 0.3 or more.
The range is 55 or less. c is less than 0.3,
If it exceeds 0.55, the luminance due to vacuum ultraviolet excitation is low.
The phosphor having the composition represented by the composition formula (2)
Is particularly bright when c is 0.3 or more and 0.55 or less.
The present inventors have found that the degree becomes higher. Attached
The substitution amount of Eu as the activator is such that d in the composition formula (2) is
The range is 0.003 or more and 0.445 or less. d
True if less than 0.003 or more than 0.445
Luminance due to sky ultraviolet excitation is lowered, which is not preferable. [0010] Yttrium for producing the phosphor of the present invention
High purity as a source material for
(99% or more) hydroxide, carbonate, nitrate, halogen
Can decompose at high temperatures into oxides
Or high purity (99% or more) oxide can be used
You. High purity (99.9% or less)
Above) α-alumina, γ-alumina or high purity
(99% or more) aluminum hydroxide, nitrate, halogen
High-purity boron oxide,
Boric acid or the like is used. High purity as a boron raw material
Boron oxide, boric acid, etc. can be used. Terbium or europium as activator
High-purity (99% or more) hydroxide, carbonic acid
Decomposes at high temperature such as salt, nitrate, halide, oxalate
Oxide or high purity (99% or more)
Can be used. The method for producing the phosphor of the present invention is not particularly limited.
For example, the above raw materials are mixed
It can be manufactured by firing. For example,
Formula Y0.405Gd0.495Tb0.1AlThree(BOThree)FourRepresented by
Phosphor having a predetermined composition, the above-mentioned raw material has a predetermined composition.
By weighing, blending and firing
Can be. However, the boron compound evaporates during firing,
As the boron source may be reduced, the boron
When the amount is 100%, it is usually 101 to 200%.
Incorporate an excess amount. Usually the mixing of these ingredients
Industrially used ball mills, V-type mixers,
A stirrer or the like can be used. After mixing, for example, from 900 ° C. to 1300
By firing in the temperature range of
The phosphor of the invention is obtained. Hydroxides, carbonates, and nitrates as raw materials
Decomposes and oxidizes at high temperatures such as acid salts, halides and oxalates
If a material that can be used is used,
For example, it can be calcined in the temperature range of 600 ° C to 800 ° C.
it can. As firing atmosphere, air atmosphere, nitrogen atmosphere
Gas, a reducing atmosphere or the like can be used.
Reduction of nitrogen and argon containing 0.1 to 10% by volume of nitrogen
It is preferable to fire in an atmosphere. The atmosphere of calcination
Any of an air atmosphere and a reducing atmosphere may be used. Also, anti
Add an appropriate amount of flux to promote
You can also. Further, the phosphor obtained by the above method is an example
For example, pulverize and disintegrate using a ball mill, jet mill, etc.
be able to. Further, it can be washed and classified. Profit
In order to improve the crystallinity of the phosphor,
You can also. The phosphor of the present invention obtained as described above
Can obtain high brightness by vacuum ultraviolet excitation,
Little decrease in brightness due to exposure. In addition, PDPs and rare
In the manufacture of gas lamps, a binder is added to the phosphor.
And disperse it in a solvent, apply it to the light-emitting part, and
The phosphor is set by heat treatment to remove the binder.
Although the step of placing is common, the phosphor of the present invention
The decrease in luminance during the heat treatment process is small. Therefore, the present invention
Phosphor of vacuum ultraviolet rays such as PDP and rare gas lamp
High brightness and long life PD when used for excitation light emitting device
P and rare gas lamps can be realized, so
It is suitable for an electroluminescent device. A PDP using the phosphor of the present invention is, for example,
As disclosed in JP-A-10-195428
It can be manufactured by any known method. Blue, green
Phosphor for VUV excitation light emitting element of each color and red
For example, cellulosic compounds, polyvinyl alcohol
And organic binders
A phosphor paste is prepared by mixing with a solvent. On the back substrate
A stratum on the inner surface, which is separated by a partition and has address electrodes
The paste is screened on the ip-shaped substrate surface and partition wall surface.
It is applied by a method such as printing, dried, and
Is formed. This is perpendicular to the phosphor layer
Direction transparent electrode and bus electrode, dielectric layer on the inner surface
And a surface glass substrate with a protective layer
And discharge it with a rare gas such as Xe or Ne at low pressure and discharge it.
By forming a space, it is possible to manufacture a PDP
it can. PDP or rare gas using the phosphor of the present invention
VUV-excited light-emitting devices such as pumps can achieve high brightness.
You. [0015] The phosphor of the present invention can be used in an ultraviolet region other than the vacuum ultraviolet region.
Can also be excited by X-rays, electron beams, etc.
UV, X-rays and electron beams other than vacuum ultraviolet
It can also be used for an element that has been used. [0016] Next, the present invention will be described in more detail with reference to examples.
As will be explained, the present invention is limited to these Examples.
There is no. Comparative Example 1 Commercially available green phosphor ZnTwoSiOFour: 6.7 Pa for Mn
(5 × 10-2Torr) or less in a vacuum chamber
An excimer 146 nm lamp (Ushio Inc., H
0012 type). Obtained here
The brightness was set to 100. The above-mentioned commercially available phosphor is heated at 500 ° C. in air.
Heat treatment was performed for 30 minutes. Take out phosphor and measure brightness
As a result, the luminance did not decrease as compared to before the heat treatment. The above-mentioned commercially available phosphor before heat treatment is applied to the phosphor at a pressure of 1
Gas of composition of 5% by volume Xe-95% by volume Ne at 3.2 Pa
And placed in a 10W plasma for 30 minutes.
Then, it was exposed to a 50 W plasma for 15 minutes. Phosphor
As a result of taking out and measuring the brightness,
As a result, the luminance decreased by 53%. The above-mentioned commercially available heat treatment and fluorescence before plasma exposure
The body was heat-treated in air at 500 ° C. for 30 minutes. One
The pressure is 13.2Pa and 5% by volume Xe-95% by volume
10 W plasma installed in a gas atmosphere of Ne composition
For 30 minutes and then to a 50 W plasma for 15 minutes.
I let you. As a result of taking out the phosphor and measuring the luminance, heat treatment,
The brightness was reduced by 50% as compared to before the plasma exposure. Embodiment 1 Yttrium oxide (Shin-Etsu Chemical Co., Ltd.) YTwoOThree,acid
Gadolinium chloride (Shin-Etsu Chemical Co., Ltd.) GdTwoOThree,acid
Terbium fluoride (Shin-Etsu Chemical Co., Ltd.) TbFourO7,nitric acid
Aluminum 9-hydrate (Wako Pure Chemical Industries, Ltd.) Al
(NOThree)Three・ 9HTwoO, boric acid (Wako Pure Chemical Industries, Ltd.)
Made) HThreeBOThreeEach raw material of YTwoOThree: GdTwoO Three: Tb
FourO7: Al (NOThree)Three・ 9HTwoO: HThreeBOThreeThe molar ratio of
0.495: 0.405: 0.05: 6: 8.8 (Ho
After mixing and mixing so that the acid is 110%), empty
It was baked at a temperature of 1100 ° C. for 20 hours in air. like this
And the composition formula Y0.495Gd0.405Tb0.1AlThree(B
OThree)FourA phosphor having a composition represented by the following formula was obtained. This fluorescence
6.7 Pa (5 × 10-2Torr) or less vacuum chamber
Within the obtained phosphor, an excimer 146 nm lamp (C)
UV irradiation using Shio Electric's H0012 type)
As a result, Zn of Comparative Example 1TwoSiOFour: Relative to Mn
It emitted green light with a luminance of 103. The obtained phosphor is heated at 500.degree.
Heat treatment was performed for 0 minutes. Take out the phosphor and measure the brightness
As a result, the brightness did not decrease at all as compared to before the heat treatment.
Was. The obtained phosphor before the heat treatment is subjected to a pressure of 1
Gas of composition of 5% by volume Xe-95% by volume Ne at 3.2 Pa
And placed in a 10W plasma for 30 minutes.
Then, it was exposed to a 50 W plasma for 15 minutes. Phosphor
As a result of taking out and measuring the brightness,
Thus, the decrease in luminance was 3%. The obtained phosphor before heat treatment and plasma exposure
Was heat-treated in air at 500 ° C. for 30 minutes. About
At a pressure of 13.2 Pa and 5% by volume Xe-95% by volume N
e in a gas atmosphere with a composition of e
Exposure to plasma for 30 minutes followed by 50 W plasma for 15 minutes
Was. As a result of taking out the phosphor and measuring the luminance,
The decrease in luminance was 3% as compared to before the exposure to plasma. Embodiments 2 and 3 In the composition formula (1), a = 0.315 and 0.49
A phosphor was produced in the same manner as in Example 1 except that the phosphor was set to 5.
The luminance was measured in the same manner as in Example 1. Table 1 shows the results
It was shown to. Comparative Example 2 Yttrium oxide (Shin-Etsu Chemical Co., Ltd.) YTwoOThree,acid
Terbium fluoride (Shin-Etsu Chemical Co., Ltd.) TbFourO7,nitric acid
Aluminum 9-hydrate (Wako Pure Chemical Industries, Ltd.) Al
(NOThree)Three・ 9HTwoO, boric acid (Wako Pure Chemical Industries, Ltd.)
Made) HThreeBOThreeEach raw material of YTwoOThree: TbFourO7: Al (N
OThree)Three・ 9HTwoO: HThreeBOThreeIs 0.9: 0.0.
After mixing and mixing to make 5: 6: 8.8, in air
At 1100 ° C. for 20 hours. Like this
And the composition formula Y0.9Tb0.1AlThree(BOThree)FourSet represented by
Thus, a phosphor having a high purity was obtained. 6.7 Pa
(5 × 10-2Torr) or less in a vacuum chamber
An excimer 146 nm lamp (Ushio Inc., H
0012 type) was irradiated with ultraviolet light, a comparative example
1 ZnTwoSiOFour: Green emission with relative luminance of 81 as compared with Mn
Light showed. Comparative Example 3 Gadolinium oxide (Shin-Etsu Chemical Co., Ltd.) GdTwoOThree,
Terbium oxide (Shin-Etsu Chemical Co., Ltd.) TbFourO7, Glass
Aluminum phosphate nonahydrate (Wako Pure Chemical Industries, Ltd.) Al
(NOThree)Three・ 9HTwoO, boric acid (Wako Pure Chemical Industries, Ltd.)
Made) HThreeBOThreeEach raw material of GdTwoOThree: TbFourO7: Al
(NOThree)Three・ 9HTwoO: HThreeBOThreeIs 0.9:
After blending and mixing to be 0.05: 6: 8.8,
It was calcined in air at a temperature of 1100 ° C. for 20 hours. This
Thus, the composition formula Gd0.9Tb0.1AlThree(BOThree)FourIn table
A phosphor having the following composition was obtained. 5. This phosphor has
7Pa (5 × 10-2Torr) in a vacuum chamber below
Excimer 146nm lamp (Ushio Inc.)
UV-irradiation using H0012 type)
Zn of Comparative Example 1TwoSiOFour: Relative luminance of 77 compared to Mn
It emitted green light. Comparative Examples 4 and 5 In the composition formula (1), a = 0.18 and 0.9
A phosphor was prepared in the same manner as in Example 1 except that
The luminance was measured in the same manner as in Example 1. The results are shown in Table 1.
Was. Examples 1 to 4 and Comparative Examples 2 to 5 are all composition formulas.
Since b = 0.1 in (1), the following composition formula:
(3) (Y1-xGdx) Tb0.1AlThree(BOThree)Four  ... (3) , X is set on the horizontal axis, and the relative luminance is set on the vertical axis.
FIG. 1 shows the plotted results. [Table 1]Comparative Example 6 Yttrium oxide (Shin-Etsu Chemical Co., Ltd.) YTwoOThree,acid
Eu (Shin-Etsu Chemical Co., Ltd.) EuTwoOThree, Glass
Aluminum phosphate nonahydrate (Wako Pure Chemical Industries, Ltd.) Al
(NOThree)Three・ 9HTwoO, boric acid (Wako Pure Chemical Industries, Ltd.)
Made) HThreeBOThreeEach raw material of YTwoOThree: EuTwoOThree: Al (N
OThree)Three・ 9HTwoO: HThreeBOThreeIs 0.95: 0.
After mixing and mixing at a ratio of 05: 6: 8.8, air
Baked at a temperature of 1100 ° C. for 20 hours. in this way
And the composition formula Y0.95Eu0.05AlThree(BOThree)FourRepresented by
A phosphor having the following composition was obtained. 6.7P
a (5 × 10-2Torr) in a vacuum chamber below
Excimer 146nm lamp (Ushio Inc.,
H0012 type) was irradiated with ultraviolet light,
Luminescence was shown. The relative luminance obtained here is compared with the following comparative example.
And a relative luminance of 100 in comparison with the embodiment. Embodiment 4 Yttrium oxide (Shin-Etsu Chemical Co., Ltd.) YTwoOThree,acid
Gadolinium chloride (Shin-Etsu Chemical Co., Ltd.) GdTwoOThree,acid
Eu (Shin-Etsu Chemical Co., Ltd.) Eu TwoOThree, Glass
Aluminum phosphate nonahydrate (Wako Pure Chemical Industries, Ltd.) Al
(NOThree)Three・ 9HTwoO, boric acid (Wako Pure Chemical Industries, Ltd.)
Made) HThreeBOThreeEach raw material of YTwoOThree: GdTwoO Three: Eu
TwoOThree: Al (NOThree)Three・ 9HTwoO: HThreeBOThreeThe molar ratio of
0.5225: 0.4275: 0.05: 6: 8.8
After blending and mixing so that the temperature is 1100 ° C in air.
And baked for 20 hours. Thus, the composition formula Y
0.5225Gd0.42 75Eu0.05AlThree(BOThree)FourRepresented by
A phosphor having a composition was obtained. 6.7 Pa
(5 × 10-2Torr) or less in a vacuum chamber
An excimer 146 nm lamp (Ushio Inc., H
0012 type) was irradiated with ultraviolet light, a comparative example
4 Y0.95Eu0.05AlThree(BOThree)FourRelative brightness
151 emitted red light. Examples 5 to 7 In the composition formula (2), c = 0.380, 0.40
Fluorescence was obtained in the same manner as in Example 4, except that
A body was prepared, and the luminance was measured in the same manner as in Example 4.
Was. The results are shown in Table 2. Comparative Example 7 Gadolinium oxide (Shin-Etsu Chemical Co., Ltd.) GdTwoOThree,
Europium oxide (Shin-Etsu Chemical Co., Ltd.) EuTwoOThree,
Aluminum nitrate nonahydrate (Wako Pure Chemical Industries, Ltd.) A
l (NOThree)Three・ 9HTwoO, boric acid (Wako Pure Chemical Industries, Ltd.)
Made) HThreeBOThreeEach raw material of GdTwoOThree: EuTwoOThree: Al
(NOThree)Three・ 9HTwoO: HThreeBOThreeIs 0.95:
After blending and mixing to be 0.05: 6: 8.8,
It was calcined in air at a temperature of 1100 ° C. for 20 hours. This
Thus, the composition formula is Gd0.95Eu0. 05AlThree(BOThree)Four
A phosphor having a composition represented by the following formula was obtained. To this phosphor,
6.7 Pa (5 × 10-2Torr)
An excimer 146 nm lamp (USHIO
UV irradiation using H0012)
Of Comparative Example 60.95Eu0.05AlThree(BOThree)FourCompared to
In addition, red light emission with a relative luminance of 103 was shown. Comparative Examples 8 and 9 In the composition formula (2), c = 0.2375, 0.7
A phosphor was produced in the same manner as in Example 5 except that the phosphor was changed to 125.
Then, the luminance was measured in the same manner as in Example 5. The result
The results are shown in Table 2. Examples 5 to 8 and Comparative Examples 6 to 9 are all
Since d = 0.05 in the composition formula (2),
Composition formula (4) (Y1-yGdy) Eu0.05AlThree(BOThree)Four  ... (4) , Y is set on the horizontal axis, and the relative luminance is set on the vertical axis.
FIG. 2 shows the plotted results. [Table 2][0034] The phosphor of the present invention has a high luminance,
Less decrease in brightness due to exposure, especially PDP and rare gas
Suitable for vacuum ultraviolet excited light emitting devices such as
Industrial vacuum ultraviolet light-emitting element can be realized.
It is extremely useful.

BRIEF DESCRIPTION OF THE DRAWINGS FIG. 1 shows a composition formula (3) obtained by changing x in a composition formula (3) from 0 to 1 when b = 0.1 in the composition formula (1). Change in luminance of phosphor having the indicated composition due to excitation by vacuum ultraviolet light. FIG. 2 shows a fluorescence having a composition represented by the composition formula (4) when y is changed from 0 to 1 in the composition formula (4), where d = 0.05 in the composition formula (2). Change in brightness due to vacuum ultraviolet excitation of the body.

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  1. Claims We claim: 1. A following composition formula (1) Y 1-ab Gd a Tb b Al 3 (BO 3) 4 ··· (1) (0.3 ≦ a ≦ 0.55,0 .003 ≦ b ≦ 0.44
    A phosphor for a vacuum ultraviolet ray excited light emitting device, having a composition represented by 5). Wherein the following composition formula (2) Y 1-cd Gd c Eu d Al 3 (BO 3) 4 ··· (2) (0.3 ≦ c ≦ 0.55,0.003 ≦ d ≦ 0 .44
    A phosphor for a vacuum ultraviolet ray excited light emitting device, having a composition represented by 5). 3. A VUV-excited light emitting device comprising the phosphor according to claim 1 or 2.
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