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November 4th, 2009
The majority of people in India are not aware of LED lights although these devices are taking the world by storm increasingly. These LED lights being based on nanotechnology are eco-friendly and set to revolutionalize the lighting pattern in the country in coming years. What may be the end result? Compact fluorescent lamps (CFLs) will become a thing of past before long.
Why don't we focus more on LED lights? It may help us to amass more knowledge. As indicated by scores of studies, LEDs, which are also solid state, not only make use of nano phosphors (small sized glowing materials) but also have far better scattering and illuminating capacity in contrast to CFLs that count on mercury, a harmful metal culpable for polluting the environment and is difficult to recycle.
It is worthwhile to mention that the Department of Science and Technology (DST), New Delhi has already started funding a project on solid state lights based on nanotechnology in the Department of Atmospheric and Ocean Science, University of Allahabad.
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