Chameleon Liquid Could Outshine LCDs

A liquid that changes colour when exposed to a magnetic field could cheaply replace the colour components in conventional LCD monitors. The liquid contains tiny iron oxide particles coated with plastic. It is cheap and easy to make, and could also be used in flexible, rewritable, electronic paper

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