Using predictive atomistic calculations and high-performance supercomputers, researchers found that incorporating the element boron into the widely used InGaN (indium-gallium nitride) material can keep electrons from becoming too crowded in LEDs, making the material more efficient at producing light.

Via:: https://www.nanowerk.com/nanotechnology-news/newsid=48749.php

Atomistic calculations predict that boron incorporation increases the efficiency of LEDs

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