Color-filtered phosphor-in-glass for LED-lit LCD with wide color gamut

  title={Color-filtered phosphor-in-glass for LED-lit LCD with wide color gamut},
  author={Liqiang Zhang and Hang Lin and Yao Cheng and Ju Xu and Xiaoqiang Xiang and Congyong Wang and Shisheng Lin and Yuansheng Wang},
  journal={Ceramics International},
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