Abstract

We report on the observation of optically detected magnetic resonance (ODMR) in bismuth-doped silica glass. To explain the results of the experiment we adopted the intramolecular charge transfer model for Bi5+On2 molecules in the frame of a semiempirical molecular orbitals approach. The results of our calculations are in good agreement with observed features of luminescence and ODMR experiments.

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