A computational evolutionary optimization process is adopted to screen a Eu3+-doped alkali earth borosilicate system in an attempt to search for red phosphors with a high luminescent efficiency when excited by soft ultraviolet irradiation. The evolutionary optimization process involves a genetic algorithm and combinatorial chemistry, which was tailored for the development of light-emitting diode (LED) phosphors. Vertical simulations and an actual synthesis have been carried out in the present investigation, and promising red phosphors for three-band white LED applications have been obtained.
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