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Self-Assembling Particles Could Produce Lower Cost LEDs

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Self-assembling nanoscale perovskite — crystalline substances — particles could be a more efficient and lower-cost alternative material for LEDs. Princeton engineering researchers have developed a novel self-assembling technique, where in the past the inability to create uniform and bright nanoparticle perovskite films limited their potential. A new type of LED is made with crystalline substances known as perovskites. Courtesy of Sameer A. Khan/Fotobuddy. Barry Rand, an assistant professor of electrical engineering and assistant professor at the Andlinger Center for...Read full article

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