Why are LED lights so much brighter than incandescent and CFL’s?



  1. emc
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    Light-emitting diodes (LEDs) use a layer of electrons isolated from an electron-free layer. Adding electricity at a junction between the two layers sparks the reaction of the layer containing electrons, making the particles move and emit photons. This reaction gives off a fantastic amount of light. Different chemicals within the layers determines what color the light will be.

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