LEDs

Light-emitting diodes (LED) are semiconductor devices which work whenever a forward current is flowing through a semiconductor junction diode, each time an electron and a hole recombine; energy is released as a photon. The color of the light is related to the energy of the photon, which is in turn determined by the energy band gap of the semiconductor material.
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White LEDs

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