Photo: A new range of televisions from Sony use minuscule devices known as quantum dots to produce colours which are more vibrant than those which appear on a conventional liquid-crystal display (LCD). Quantum dots are crystals of semiconductor material just a few nanometres (billionths of a metre) in size. They could have a big future in lighting and display technologies http://econ.st/YD6Ys8 
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A new range of televisions from Sony use minuscule devices known as quantum dots to produce colours which are more vibrant than those which appear on a conventional liquid-crystal display (LCD). Quantum dots are crystals of semiconductor material just a few nanometres (billionths of a metre) in size. They could have a big future in lighting and display technologies http://econ.st/YD6Ys8 
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