Published 1939 by Published for the Faraday society by Gurney and Jackson in London [etc.] .
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Luminescence is a general term to describe the process in which a material absorbs energy from an external source and re-emits that energy in the form of visible light.
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Piezoluminescence is a form of luminescence created by pressure upon certain solids. This phenomenon is characterized by recombination processes involving electrons, holes and .