Photonics Dictionary


An LED (light-emitting diode) is a semiconductor device that emits light when an electric current passes through it. LEDs are commonly used for lighting, displays, and indicators. A NanoLED is on the order of nanometers in size. This may imply that these LEDs operate at a very small scale, potentially at the level of nanomaterials or nanostructures.

NanoLEDs could have various applications, including nanoscale light sources for advanced technologies, integration into nanophotonic devices, or incorporation into nano-optoelectronic systems. These applications might take advantage of the unique properties of nanoscale materials to achieve specific functionalities.
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