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What does BLD stand for?

BLD stands for Blue Laser Diode

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Producing a blue laser diode is a great step, but you need to get the cost down, the power output up, and the right color to use this in [an electronic] display," says R.
is an advanced electronic materials provider that is engaged in developing, manufacturing and selling monocrystalline sapphire and other crystalline products for light-emitting diodes (LEDs), radio frequency integrated circuits (RFICs), blue laser diodes, optoelectronics and other optical applications.
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A sampling of topics: blue laser diodes by low temperature plasma assisted molecular-beam epitaxy, mesoporous crystals of transition metal oxides, magnetic anisotropy of Co films annealed by laser pulses, formation of carbon fibers in high- voltage low-current electrical discharges, nanotechnology for treating damaged organs, nanomaterials in dental applications, enhanced fatigue properties of ultrafine-grained titanium rods produced using severe plastic deformation, nanostructure formation in austenitic stainless steel, and the effect of grain size distribution on the mechanical properties of nanometals.
Sharp is undecided on the output volume of the blue lasers because large-capacity, next-generation DVD players, in which blue laser diodes will be put into practical use, are not being produced yet, he said.