Nanotechnology to improve LED's in electronics.
Princeton researchers have used their expertise in nanotechnology to develop an economical new system that markedly increases the brightness, efficiency and clarity of LEDs, which are widely used in smartphones and other electronics. The illustration demonstrates how a conventional LED's structure traps most of the light generated inside the device; the new system, called PlaCSH, guides the light out of the LED.
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