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Ratiometric luminescence thermometry for remote temperature sensing has been constantly gaining an increasing popularity due to its simplicity with yet high precision. Transition metal ions still have an underestimated potential in that area as their luminescence properties can be tuned by targeted modification of the host compound. In this work, we demonstrate that concept in the phosphor LaScO3:Cr3+ by co-doping with various lanthanide ions that partially substitute the La3+ ions of the host.doi:10.5281/zenodo.5032350 fatcat:7lqqhtlkfzc4bez6hyv3c76d24