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January 31st, 2003
A brighter, more colorful future for LEDs?
Two exciting new developments have emerged in the light-emitting diode (LED) arena. A single LED, with the facility to dramatically switch its emission spectrum, and a hybrid device based on an inorganic quantum dot/organic LED combination capable of enhanced luminescence have improved LEDs future potential.
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