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Saturday, September 16, 2006

SED: Burning televisions

A cute slip up from Mark Wilson at Gizmodo:
It's built upon the foundations of phosphorus televisions, but Canon and Toshiba basically packed all that technology into each pixel of a flat-panel.
Sadly, phosphorus is an unstable substance that glows in air because it's on fire. Phosphors are unrelated chemicals named after it that are used in CRT TVs.


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