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[* icon_note] And now, time to shine some light on the science behind LCD's.workings of an LCD, it's time for '''Science with iFixit!'''
[* black] To start, the backlight shoots light through a thin layer of liquid crystals. As the light passes throughthrough, it's reflected at different angles by the crystals' orientation.
[* icon_note] And now, time to shine some light on the science behind LCD's.workings of an LCD, it's time for '''Science with iFixit!'''
[* black] To start, the backlight shoots light through a thin layer of liquid crystals. As the light passes throughthrough, it's reflected at different angles by the crystals' orientation.
[* black] These angles are what determine the color of the light we see. In order to change the angle (and by extension the color) we apply a voltage across the liquid crystals that causes them to change their orientation.

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