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How does it work? - LCD screens

How does it work? - LCD screens

A liquid-crystal display utilises the light modulating properties of liquid crystals.

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LCD, LCD televizors, televīzija, televizors, LCD panelis, polarizējošais filtrs, krāsu filtrs, elektrods, pikselis, polarizēta gaisma, pikseļu šūna, fona apgaismojums, šķidro kristālu, Krāsu sajaukšana, tālvadība, TV uztvērējs, tehnika, Fizika

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