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    Default [Release]Tiny nuclear battery unveiled by researchers.

    Tiny battery that run by radio-isotopes.

    Researchers at the University of Missouri have unveiled tiny nuclear batteries that produce power from the decay of radioisotopes. Although such batteries are currently used in devices such as pacemakers and satellites, they are costly, large and heavy - something which these new penny-sized batteries are not.

    Developed by a research team led by Dr Jae Wan Kwon, assistant professor of electrical and computer engineering at Missouri University, the team's innovation in creating the battery is not only its size, but its semi-conductor, which is liquid instead of solid.

    "The critical part of using a radioactive battery is that when you harvest the energy, part of the radiation energy can damage the lattice structure of the solid semiconductor," Dr Jae explained. "By using a liquid semiconductor, we believe we can minimize that problem."

    So what about the risk of nuclear meltdown? There is none. Although nuclear batteries generate electricity from atomic energy, there is no chain reaction involved, instead using the emissions from a radioactive isotope.

    "People hear the word 'nuclear' and think of something very dangerous," said Dr Jae. "However, nuclear power sources have already been safely powering a variety of devices, such as pacemakers, space satellites and underwater systems."

    The team now hopes to increase the power of the battery, as well as decrease the size of it further - it could be made thinner than a human hair.
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    joss laptop battery.

    no times for recharging.
    issh.

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    Default Re: [Release]Tiny nuclear battery unveiled by researchers.

    radioactive material niye khela korata ektu beshi beshi hoye jachey na? whatever.amar fear nai.but,amar fear ei jaigai eita jodi daily usage electronic/battary operated device e lagano hoy.then duita jinish hobey.
    #1.there is no guarantee that it will be 99.99% safe(as there is no such thing as 100%)
    #2.public oishob product kina bondho korey dibe bhoy+safety er jonno.jeita product manufaturer ra kokhonoi chaben na.
    So,this concludes another failure reseach of science as it was/will be like"humans will be immortal in 20 years"
    Arey vai world e food crysis,politician der otachar,enviroment pollution,global warming, eto important shomosha thaktey.public keno jey aul faul jinish niya matha ghamai,amar bujhey ashey na.
    Last edited by Speed; October 10th, 2009 at 04:15.

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    Default Re: [Release]Tiny nuclear battery unveiled by researchers.

    Quote Originally Posted by ЯV●Speed View Post
    radioactive material niye khela korata ektu beshi beshi hoye jachey na? whatever.amar fear nai.but,amar fear ei jaigai eita jodi daily usage electronic/battary operated device e lagano hoy.then duita jinish hobey.
    #1.there is no guarantee that it will be 99.99% safe(as there is no such thing as 100%)
    #2.public oishob product kina bondho korey dibe bhoy+safety er jonno.jeita product manufaturer ra kokhonoi chaben na.
    So,this concludes another failure reseach of science as it was/will be like"humans will be immortal in 20 years"
    Arey vai world e food crysis,politician der otachar,enviroment pollution,global warming, eto important shomosha thaktey.public keno jey aul faul jinish niya matha ghamai,amar bujhey ashey na.
    #1. Nothing is 99.99 % safe. So this can be said about 100% of invention. :\

    #2. This exact sentence was used by 'backward-thinkers' and 'conservative thinkers' many times. Yet we have reached here.And Its very easy to convince people that dangerous things are good for you(Marketing people do it on daily basis). :\

    Finding ways to harness energy in a safe and efficient way is as important as finding solutions to the other worldly problems you mentioned. Instead of being busy finding 'science's failures' why dont you go and contribute to finding the solutions yourself.

    And about 'safety'.. it reminds me of times when Tesla and Edison were fighting over what should become the standard: AC or DC. Edison actually arranged public animal executions using AC current to show that its very dangerous. But we chose AC current anyway. Because of "Necessity".

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    Default Re: [Release]Tiny nuclear battery unveiled by researchers.

    Quote Originally Posted by ЯV●Speed View Post
    radioactive material niye khela korata ektu beshi beshi hoye jachey na? whatever.amar fear nai.but,amar fear ei jaigai eita jodi daily usage electronic/battary operated device e lagano hoy.then duita jinish hobey.
    #1.there is no guarantee that it will be 99.99% safe(as there is no such thing as 100%)
    #2.public oishob product kina bondho korey dibe bhoy+safety er jonno.jeita product manufaturer ra kokhonoi chaben na.
    So,this concludes another failure reseach of science as it was/will be like"humans will be immortal in 20 years"
    Arey vai world e food crysis,politician der otachar,enviroment pollution,global warming, eto important shomosha thaktey.public keno jey aul faul jinish niya matha ghamai,amar bujhey ashey na.
    bhai....... mobile phone daily usage e jei poriman radiation generate kore sheita oi penny sized niclear battery er theke khub ekta kom na. look at those SAR values for mobile phones. onek phone ache jeigula usa er FCC sell hotey deyna becaz of high SAR value. its just our ignorance that a few of us know about SAR and mobile radiation.

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    Default Re: [Release]Tiny nuclear battery unveiled by researchers.

    Quote Originally Posted by [TH7][cRu$h] View Post
    #1. Nothing is 99.99 % safe. So this can be said about 100% of invention. :\

    #2. This exact sentence was used by 'backward-thinkers' and 'conservative thinkers' many times. Yet we have reached here.And Its very easy to convince people that dangerous things are good for you(Marketing people do it on daily basis). :\

    Finding ways to harness energy in a safe and efficient way is as important as finding solutions to the other worldly problems you mentioned. Instead of being busy finding 'science's failures' why dont you go and contribute to finding the solutions yourself.

    And about 'safety'.. it reminds me of times when Tesla and Edison were fighting over what should become the standard: AC or DC. Edison actually arranged public animal executions using AC current to show that its very dangerous. But we chose AC current anyway. Because of "Necessity".
    man.was this necessary.i mean man i just posted my opinion.whatever...........

    ---------- Post added at 11:54 ---------- Previous post was at 11:51 ----------

    Quote Originally Posted by dying4004 View Post
    bhai....... mobile phone daily usage e jei poriman radiation generate kore sheita oi penny sized niclear battery er theke khub ekta kom na. look at those SAR values for mobile phones. onek phone ache jeigula usa er FCC sell hotey deyna becaz of high SAR value. its just our ignorance that a few of us know about SAR and mobile radiation.
    bro...i know about SAR&Mobile Radiation.& i also do know how much a phone can generate radiation.:closedeyes::closedeyes::closedeyes:

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    Thumbs down Re: [Release]Tiny nuclear battery unveiled by researchers.

    oh..........mama.Now Terrorist can build tiny version of NUC-BOMB

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    Default Re: [Release]Tiny nuclear battery unveiled by researchers.

    Quote Originally Posted by ЯV●Speed View Post
    man.was this necessary.i mean man i just posted my opinion.whatever...........

    ---------- Post added at 11:54 ---------- Previous post was at 11:51 ----------



    bro...i know about SAR&Mobile Radiation.& i also do know how much a phone can generate radiation.:closedeyes::closedeyes::closedeyes:
    LoL tumi ki reply dao sheta dekhar jonno post korsi
    Last edited by cRush; October 10th, 2009 at 17:28.

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    Default Re: [Release]Tiny nuclear battery unveiled by researchers.

    aree joss to.

    ar Speed er kotha to dekhi lekhai ase article e. 'People hear the word 'nuclear' and think of something very dangerous' And if its used in pacemakers, then that takes care of the issue of safety for me.

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    Default Re: [Release]Tiny nuclear battery unveiled by researchers.

    Quote Originally Posted by aayman_farzand View Post
    aree joss to.

    ar Speed er kotha to dekhi lekhai ase article e. 'People hear the word 'nuclear' and think of something very dangerous' And if its used in pacemakers, then that takes care of the issue of safety for me.
    LoL yah xD

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    Default Re: [Release]Tiny nuclear battery unveiled by researchers.

    Quote Originally Posted by ЯV●Speed View Post
    man.was this necessary.i mean man i just posted my opinion.whatever...........

    ---------- Post added at 11:54 ---------- Previous post was at 11:51 ----------



    bro...i know about SAR&Mobile Radiation.& i also do know how much a phone can generate radiation.:closedeyes::closedeyes::closedeyes:

    whatever we are absorbing radiation a count of 18rad every day.even 100 rad per day is not that hazardous.

    mobile phone release radiation near to 61.2rads that is if absorbed continuously then wemay be in grave danger from cancer later on.

    but with battery lithium also release a radiation with a count of 7rads.

    so there would not be much problem with nuclear charged battery i guess.

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    Default Re: [Release]Tiny nuclear battery unveiled by researchers.

    we dont need battery. we light speed transport service. bd to usa 1 sec

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    Default Re: [Release]Tiny nuclear battery unveiled by researchers.

    Eto ager thread ta ke taja kora hoilo ken?
    0_o ??
    Jaihok, taja hoei gese.ami ektu boli.
    Using as a laptop battary is such wide range use that if it is even properly sealed, where will we dump it?things sealed, will be ofcourse unsealed someday.can u imagine when it will be abundent ,how many redio-active waste we will dump everyday.ekhon electronics garbage niae kul pachhe na, abar redio-active dump.

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    Default Re: [Release]Tiny nuclear battery unveiled by researchers.

    Quote Originally Posted by k1ngdom View Post
    we dont need battery. we light speed transport service. bd to usa 1 sec
    chk date b4 posting pls.....

    ---------- Post added at 06:38 ---------- Previous post was at 06:37 ----------

    Quote Originally Posted by Mohiuddin View Post
    Eto ager thread ta ke taja kora hoilo ken?
    0_o ??
    Jaihok, taja hoei gese.ami ektu boli.
    Using as a laptop battary is such wide range use that if it is even properly sealed, where will we dump it?things sealed, will be ofcourse unsealed someday.can u imagine when it will be abundent ,how many redio-active waste we will dump everyday.ekhon electronics garbage niae kul pachhe na, abar redio-active dump.
    as if keo bd tey enviorment er chinta kore...

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    Default Re: [Release]Tiny nuclear battery unveiled by researchers.

    nuclear battery amar chai e chai...!!

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    Default Re: [Release]Tiny nuclear battery unveiled by researchers.

    Quote Originally Posted by salmanshah View Post
    nuclear battery amar chai e chai...!!
    Check the dates please @salmanshah

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    Default Re: [Release]Tiny nuclear battery unveiled by researchers.

    What's wrong with date? @ error

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    Default Re: [Release]Tiny nuclear battery unveiled by researchers.

    Quote Originally Posted by salmanshah View Post
    What's wrong with date? @ error
    Bhaiya aita 2 year ager akta thread, and last post tao about a month ago Eirokom old threads re-open korle onek confusions create hoy

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