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Journal of the Korean Ceramic Society 2003;40(12): 1170.
doi: https://doi.org/10.4191/kcers.2003.40.12.1170
유전알고리즘과 조합화학을 이용한 형광체 개발
이재문, 유정곤, 박덕현, 손기선
순천대학교 재료ㆍ금속공학과
A Search for Red Phosphors Using Genetic Algorithm and Combinatorial Chemistry
ABSTRACT
We developed an evolutionary optimization process involving a genetic algorithm and combinatorial chemistry (combi-chem), which was tailored exclusively for tile development of LED phosphors with a high luminescent efficiency, when excited by soft ultra violet irradiation. The ultimate goal of our study was to develop oxide red phosphors, which are suitable for three-band white Light Emitting Diodes (LED). To accomplish this, a computational evolutionary optimization process was adopted to screen a Eu$^{3+}$-doped alkali earth borosilicate system. The genetic algorithm is a well-known, very efficient heuristic optimization method and combi-chem is also a powerful tool for use in an actual experimental optimization process. Therefore the combination of a genetic algorithm and combi-chem would enhance the searching efficiency when applied to phosphor screening. Vertical simulations and an actual synthesis were carried out and promising red phosphors for three-band white LED applications, such as Eu$_{0.14}$Mg$_{0.18}$Ca$_{0.07}$Ba$_{0.12}$B$_{0.17}$Si$_{0.32}$O$_{delta}$, were obtained.
Key words: Genetic algorithm, Combinatorial chemistry, LED, Oxide phosphor
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