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What Does LED Stands For?

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Heather John answered
Yes, LED stands for light emitting diodes. It serves as an energy source that offers customers an alternative to fluorescent or incandescent lights.
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Muddassar Memon answered
Led generally stands for light-emitting diode. It is basically a semiconductor mechanism which produces incoherent thin-spectrum light when electrically inclined in the forward direction.

This effect is a kind of electroluminescence. The colour of the discharged light is usually based on the composition and the condition of the semi conducting substance applied, and can be infrared, visible or near-ultraviolet. In the year 1955 Rubin Braunstein of the Radio Corporation of America initially accounted on infrared release from gallium arsenide and various supplementary semiconductor alloys. Research conducted at the Texas Instruments, by Bob Biard and Gary Pittman, discovered in the year 1961 that the gallium arsenide emitted infrared radiance when electric current was applied.

A LED is a distinctive kind of semiconductor diode, more like a standard diode and comprises of a chip of semi conducting matter impregnated, or doped, with adulterations to obtain a p-n junction.
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Light-Emitting Diode.
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What is LED  - LED (light-emitting diode) is lighting source of new generation now. In early 1960s, LED was introduced as a practical electronic component.. After over 40 years, LED become one of main lighting sources.

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Rosalie Wilson answered

A light-emitting diode (LED) is a two-lead semiconductorlight source. It is a basic pn-junction diode, which emits light when activated. Now LEDs are the most favored lights for all.

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max bond answered

Led stands for light emitting diode which is an electronic component which conducts the energy in only one directions.

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Yasin Maulavi , Astute Lighting, answered

A light-emitting diode ( LED ) is a two-lead semiconductor light source. It is a p– n intersection diode that produces light when enacted. At the point when an appropriate voltage is connected to the leads, electrons can recombine with electron openings inside the gadget, discharging vitality as photons. This impact is called electroluminescence, and the shade of the light (relating to the vitality of the photon) is dictated by the vitality band hole of the semiconductor. LEDs are normally little (under 1 mm2) and incorporated optical segments might be utilized to shape the radiation design.

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Amelia Bloor answered
Light-Emitting Diode
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