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Study on the Emitting Property and the Color Gamut of K$_\text{2}$SiF$_\text{6}$:Mn$^\text{4+}$ Phosphor-Based White-Light Emitting Diodes
New Phys.: Sae Mulli 2019; 69: 410~415
Published online April 30, 2019;
© 2019 New Physics: Sae Mulli.

Ji Soo PARK, Seung Jin KIM, Moongyu JANG, Jae-Hyeon KO*.

School of Nano Convergence Technology, Nano Convergence Technology Center, Hallym University, Gangwon 24252, Korea
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Received February 15, 2019; Revised March 8, 2019; Accepted March 12, 2019.
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White-light emitting diodes (LEDs) based on K$_2$SiF$_6$:Mn$^{4+}$ (KSF) red and Lu$_3$Al$_5$O$_{12}$:Ce$^{3+}$ (LuAG) green phosphors were fabricated and compared to the conventional yellow Y$_3$Al$_5$O$_{12}$:Ce$^{3+}$ (YAG) phosphor-based white LED. The emitting spectrum of the KSF-based white LED was measured as a function of the driving current and the temperature. The changes in the color coordinates of the KSF-based white LED over wide current and temperature ranges were less than 0.01, which are substantially smaller than those of the YAG-based white LEDs. This demonstrates that the thermal stability of the KSF- and the LuAG-based white LEDs is high compared to that of the conventional white LEDs. The color gamut of the KSF-based white LED is more than 92\%, which is much higher than 74\% of the YAG-based white LED. This result is mainly due to the sharper emission peaks of the KSF and the LuAG phosphors.
PACS numbers: 42.15.Eq, 42.79.Kr
Keywords: LCD, Backlight, White LED, Color gamut

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