CD – Compact Disc
The Full Form of CD is Compact Disc. It is a digital optical disc used for storing and playing audio, video, or data. It is made of a thin, transparent, and reflective plastic material and is coated with a layer of metal, typically aluminum. CDs are used in a variety of electronic devices, including computers, CD players, and game consoles.
CDs have a diameter of 120 mm and a thickness of 1.2 mm. They can hold up to 700 MB of data, which is equivalent to approximately 80 minutes of audio. CDs are read using a laser beam that reflects off the metal layer and converts the data into an electrical signal that can be processed by a CD player or computer.
Here are some other CD Full Form:
- CD – Certificate of Deposit
- CD – Charge Density
- CD – Colonic Disease
- CD – Collision Detection