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This Physics 2000 page, from the University of Colorado, offers an introductory explanation of how the flat screens used in laptop computers work. The discussion included a discussion of polarization, twisted cells, the used of electrical field to control twisted cells, liquid crystal displays, and how we view colors.
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Calculator Displays, Color Variation in Laptop Screens, Controlling Light with Electric Fields, LCD, Laptop Screens, Light through Liquid Crystals, Twisted Cells, liquid crystals, twisted cells
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