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from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition

  • n. Direct conversion of electric energy to light by a solid phosphor subjected to an alternating electric field.
  • n. Emission of light caused by electric discharge in a gas.

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  • n. the generation of light by the application of an alternating current to a semiconductor or phosphor, or by an electric discharge through a gas

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. Luminescence electrically excited, as by the discharge in a vacuum tube. See luminescence.


electro- +‎ luminescence (Wiktionary)


  • Polymers can also be made to light up, but by another principle, namely electroluminescence, which is used in photodiodes.

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  • Light-emitting diodes LEDs represent various types of semiconductor devices that produce incoherent narrow-spectrum light fascicles when powered with a steady-state voltage electrical source, producing the effect known as electroluminescence.

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  • In electroluminescence, light is emitted from a thin layer of the polymer when excited by an electrical field.

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  • A man who gets turned on by cold light technology and electroluminescence.


  • They shot downward, through the roiling waves of electroluminescence, and into the protecting grooves of the disk.

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  • Cue up a kaleidoscope of House Industries techniques, substrates, disciplines and muscle memory compressed into high-definition pixels and actively matrixed through modulated electroluminescence with an audio lesson from

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  • "Compared with other types of flat panel displays such as LCDs and electroluminescence displays, FED is advantageous in its brightness and size (a huge size is possible)."

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  • Prof. Bradley is one of the 1989 co-inventors of conjugated polymer of electroluminescence.

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  • It is loaded with a 2. 07-megapixel CMOS camera, a 2. 7-inch TFT LCD main display, and a 0. 9-inch white organic electroluminescence sub-display.

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  • A paper reporting this research titled, "Site isolation of emitters within cross-linked polymer nanoparticles for white electroluminescence," appears in the journal Nano Letters.

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