Studies of graphene influence on the laser induced white emission spectra of Sr2CeO4/graphene flake composites†
The Stokes and anti-Stokes emission spectra generated from Sr2CeO4/graphene flake composites were investigated. The excitation and emission spectra, decay profiles and quantum efficiency of the studied materials were collected. It was found that the addition of graphene flakes (GFs) significantly affects spectroscopic properties. In particular, the anti-Stokes laser induced white emission spectra were analyzed as a function of excitation laser power, and ambient atmospheric pressure. The influence of graphene flakes concentration on laser induced photocurrent was investigated. The color of their emission significantly differs from the color of other tested composites. In particular, the impact of graphene concentration on the investigated features will be presented and mechanisms responsible for the observed effects will be discussed.