A Battery that lasts 50 YEARS? - a NUCLEAR Battery #nuclear - ndbatteries.com

A Battery that lasts 50 YEARS? – a NUCLEAR Battery #nuclear

T. Folse Nuclear
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Clarification: I misspoke – the current version of this battery is 100 microwatts according to Betavolt Technology Company, with the goal of achieving a 1 watt power output to power a phone or similar device. So, it can’t power a phone yet.

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  1. OOPS, I made a mistake. 100 microwatts will NOT charge a phone (at least not in a reasonable amount of time). 100 microwatts is the current version according to Betavolt Technology Company. The version they are hoping to produce by 2025 for phones is 1 Watt.Thanks again for all your corrections in the comments!

  2. No but it may not have the power but at least I can keep my Pokemon Red game data alive for 50 years

  3. This reminds me of how smoke alarms detect smoke by checking for power being cut to a chip that gets power from alpha particles ionizing air, which doesn't work on smoke due to smoke having larger particles than air. Yes, this means that smoke alarms have three power sources. Nuclear for detection of smoke, 9V DC for battery used as a backup when the power is out and AC for powering the alarm that goes off when smoke is detected (except for during a power outage, 9V battery does it then) and for powering the low battery warning.

  4. Craziest thing is this technology is nowhere near new. Just forgotten about after being buried in the whole anti nuclear scare. The voyager probes are running exclusively off nuclear batteries.

  5. Wow next smartphone no need recharge

  6. Bruh I love this dudes content, he makes reaction vids on Roblox nuclear games and he also explains nuclear science and engineering in a way that’s understandable, why I want to be a nuclear engineer or very least an electrical engineer when I’m older!

  7. I'm telling u my INGEN_ is just around the corner with power sources being greater than the 30's

  8. Apple and Samsung already don't provide charger in the box, they must have put these batteries in their phone so we don't need to charge our smartphone at least 5 years

  9. Just stick in in a wall strap some wires there you go a phone charger

  10. But do it gave a dangerous radioactive waves ?!

  11. Okay no fire when punctured, but you'll get hit with beta radiation, so I wouldn't call it "safe"

  12. thais is pretty interesting, but what if it is damaged while the nickel is still radioactive?

  13. "100 micro watts which is enough to charge your phone" sir, please stay far the fuck away from electrics. 100 micro watt is 0.1 watts. A typical phone is about 10wh which would mean that it would take 100 hours to charge a phone, assuming 0 resistance. A typical LCD consumes about 2w which would mean it would take 20 hours to power just the screen and only the screen for 1 hour, again assuming zero resistance.

  14. The only thing this is going to do is keep the realtime clock running.

  15. How much money can I buy one to have in my car? So I can charge my phone and then I can take it with me anywhere that just constantly. Have a charge phone I know my phone's basically useless without signal but at least I'll have a charge phone.😂

  16. 100 mW is enough to charge a phone if you wanted it charged in, say, 80 days.

    Old apple charger bricks were 5W, new ones are 15-45, laptop chargers are anywhere from 60-120. This battery is 50x less powerful than the OLD APPLE USB-A BRICKS

  17. Respectfully, I think the 100 microwatt mistake is significant enough for you to delete this video. It is making you look very wrong to a lot of people when in fact you are admired for your opinion.

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  19. MY DAD WAS TAKLING ABOUT THEM WHEN I WAS 11, since I grow up I found out about diamond cell batteries and thought "that must be the thing my dad told me about" but now i know that it was radioactive nickel batteries.

  20. So basically a real life fallout fission battery

  21. we all know some clown will be there with an disk cutter wanting to "See whats inside"

  22. 0.1mW? Enough to charge a phone? I don't think so. Unless you turn it off and wait years. My tablet charger output is 7W. That's 70000 more power than this one has.

  23. Man we really need to shed more light on the commercial nuclear industry

  24. This video is super ignorant and should be pulled down asap. A 10 Watt hour phone battery will take 10 Watts divided by 100 micro Watts of hours to charge or 10/0.0001=100,000 hours. That’s more than 11 years. But what makes the video even more idiotic is that for a phone to be just idling, it is using more than 100 milli Watts. 1000 times more power wouldn’t even be enough to let the phone charge. And then obviously if actually you had such power enough to charge a phone, the isotopic power itself inside the battery would make it a radiation nightmare if anyone opened the battery as the isotope would have to be extremely radioactive for it to work. What an embarrassment this video is by someone claiming to know about such matter.

  25. You should make your username thenuclearnerd

  26. Damn. Nevwr thought theyd get down to 50 years. Not gonna lie. They are impressive.

  27. So put enough in electric car technically speaking you could charge your car overnight

  28. It wouldn’t change your phone in its lifetime 😂

  29. I 100% support the use of nuclear energy. With that being said, I doubt I’ll ever keep around a radioactive battery 😭😭 no matter how safe

  30. 100 microwatts would take 185,000 hours to charge a galaxy S23 ultra from empty to full. just over 21 years

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