phosphorescence of fiberglass fleece

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Description: Phosphorescence of an ordinary fiberglass fleece after irradiation with black light or day light. The faint afterglow in the dark is yellowish-red in color.

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Phosphorescence of fiberglass fleece I tested different materials in terms of phosphorescence. A well known material is zinc sulfide doped with other metals. An other material is europium doped strontium aluminate. Both materials have one thing in common. Corner-sharing polyeders. Glass has corner-linked polyeders too. Thus I took a piece of a fiberglass fleece and held it under a black light lamp...

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