The LIFETIME Nuclear Diamond Batteries Will DESTROY The Entire Energy Industry! ๐Ÿ”ฅ๐Ÿ”ฅ๐Ÿ”ฅ - ndbatteries.com

The LIFETIME Nuclear Diamond Batteries Will DESTROY The Entire Energy Industry! ๐Ÿ”ฅ๐Ÿ”ฅ๐Ÿ”ฅ

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The LIFETIME Nuclear Diamond Batteries Will DESTROY The Entire Energy Industry!๐Ÿ”ฅ๐Ÿ”ฅ๐Ÿ”ฅ

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Nuclear diamond batteries are the size of a fingernail, but don’t let that mislead you: these batteries can live for thousands of years while helping us recycle waste from nuclear power plants. Nuclear batteries have been around since the 1970s, but no one has really had much use for them โ€” however, with the explosion of micro-electronics, that may soon change.

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According to Popular Mechanics, diamonds are good at carrying heat, and micro-sized diamonds transport heat away from radioactive isotope materials to the point where electricity is generated. The Nuclear Diamond Battery concept is related to the first known Diamond Nuclear Voltaic battery concept, which utilized waste graphite from a graphite-cooled nuclear reactor.

Thanks to radioactively tainted graphite and heat-conducting diamonds, the device might last thousands of years. The difference with Nuclear Diamond Batteries design is that it uses numerous layers of diamond and radioactive waste panels to generate additional energy. Though the long battery life is clearly an advantage, each single cell provides a small amount of energy, necessitating the use of a vast number of cells to operate typical and larger devices.

The battery will be encased in layers of paneled Nano-diamonds to absorb the energy produced by the isotopes. Because isotopes have thousands-year half-lives and diamonds are good heat conductors, the battery will continue to produce energy without needing to be recharged.

According to California-based Nano Diamond Battery, the radioactive battery is “totally safe” for people and will “transform the world.” Within the next two years, the company aims to begin selling the batteries to commercial partners, including space agencies for long-duration missions.

NDB is also working on a consumer version that might power a smartphone or electric car for up to a decade without needing to be charged.
Diamond Nuclear Voltaic (DNV) is a method that turns nuclear waste into energy. The miniscule diamonds have ‘very good head conductivity.’

They function to transport heat away from the radioactive isotopes so quickly that the transaction creates electricity. This produces a modest amount of power but consistently over a lengthy period of time – thousands of years. Several of these units are stacked to increase overall power output. This type of configuration increases the overall efficiency of the system and provides a multi-layer safety shield.

The goal behind Nuclear Diamond Batteries is to create artificial diamonds from the carbon-14 in waste graphite from nuclear reactors. This would have the added benefit of removing some of the nuclear waste stream. The beta decay of carbon-14 within the diamond would interact with other molecules, resulting in the release of electrons and the formation of a tiny current. The entire item might be encased in non-radioactive artificial diamond, which would prevent radiation from escaping and safeguard it from damage. This idea looks to be valid. Carbon-14 has a half-life of 5,700 years, implying that these Nuclear Diamond Batteries will continue to generate electricity for a very long period. This makes them ideal for applications that require a lengthy life without the need for maintenance or recharging.

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42 Comments

  1. So it says weโ€™re going to be โ€œhelping recycle nuclear wasteโ€ but by distributing it all over the world and putting it in everything as opposed to keeping it safely and securely in nuclear waste facilities? Like we are now? Sounds dangerous and somewhat sketchyโ€ฆ

  2. But how much will it cost us from the Third World countries?…we do need such batteries for our industry development here in the Philippines…

  3. It reduces the world dependent on fossils fuel and global warming.

  4. You have gained my interest. If charging points are unnecessary, Evs become viable and make the ownership of EVs so much more desirable. Governments around the world will be pancaked by this as revenue from electricity tax will disappear.

  5. Out of curiosity can any of this work be created to regenerate cells. For example brain cells, if one has cancer, osteoporosis, broken bones.

  6. 1:15 Greatest takeaway? I would have to say chinese food. ๐Ÿ˜ฒ๐Ÿ˜ฒ

  7. Wow we could have unattended or remote devices active for years. Remote wether monitoring or geological monitoring. Fire alarms that never run flat.

  8. This sounds fantastic let's hope it really happens to most electronics and electric items. Why do you have Elon Musk in your picture?

  9. just imagine human size drone able to fly for days instead of 20 mins and without to wear a larger battery

  10. I trust 100% that Nano Diamond Battery is the future of our World. Better environment for our Planet also. Good job guys.๐Ÿคž

  11. SOLID BATTERIES Hยฒ@MADE IN CATALONIA SCIENCE๐Ÿ‡ช๐Ÿ‡บ๐ŸŒ๐Ÿš˜๐Ÿšš

  12. Diamond batteries that last forever are a girl's best friend.

  13. a future so bright, when I look at it my eyes hurtโ˜ข๐Ÿ’ ๐Ÿ˜Žโœจ

  14. I'm sure they are going to let us walk round with radiation in our pockets

  15. Unclear, Is it a battery or a power producer? Storage or production? If production, where does energy disappear, when unused? Heat air, charge a battery, radiation?

  16. This is best option for the future and makes the vehicles ๐Ÿš— more better for C02. And donโ€™t need to buy any more fuel, just the batteries will the work and make vehicles run more cleaner.

  17. Well, this truly deserves the name Eveready battery,….I hope they can deliver…..this couldn't come at a more appropriate time.

  18. this sounds fantastic. hope it happens and that it don't cost a arm and leg so that everyone can benefit from it.

  19. this is not for consumer use!! the radioactive material is encased but it can be dangerous in case of fire, a hit or explosives.. imagine u are driving an electrical car and u have an accident.. this batteries will be opened and radiation will leak, or a cell phone on a house fire.. sorry but this is for sattelites, power plants, goverment applications and nothing more, BUT!! this is a great step for a greener future now that humanity will recicle nuclear waste from fision powers plants.

  20. it could last a few thousand years depending on the usage.

  21. These things put out less than a milliwatt of power and current versions cost thousands of dollars. No way they can power anything big.
    Edit: they would have to get it down to a few hundred dollars per watt make it competitive with things like cell phone batteries, and $100 per watt to be competitive with grid power.

  22. I already said; that NDB (Nuclear Diamond Battery) will be the Source of 50-100years of Generating Electric Power for my All Extreme Motorhome! AMEN. Period! Also, I am waiting for a very compact 1000HP and ~1000-1500lb/ft of torque electric motor.

  23. LOTS OF SAME CONTENT LOOPED AND LOOPED….MADE 10X LONGER.

  24. If you had enough ions maybe you could use those in a mhd generator to make electricity.

  25. uhm….. sounds almost too good. if the technology has been around sinde the 70's why is it first now we are learning of it and if it supllies endless power this in its self might be a massive threat to the establishment.

  26. Will the output be enough to power electric cars and cordless tools?

  27. When you open your flashlight and find the battery leaked everywhere:

  28. Pretty skeptical that the leftover waste after already extracting energy in a nuclear reactor is enough to overshadow the nuclear power plants themselves..

  29. It is Good news. What would be the market price of these nuclear diamond batteries?

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  31. Last 2 years hearing regarding NDB but when it will be visible?

  32. Looks like it could be used for low energy devices, but nothing like a car.

  33. There is so much hype and utter nonsense in this video, it's difficult to know where to start. In the first instance, the power output of batteries which rely on the energy from nuclear decay is tiny compared to conventional electrochemical batteries. The very fact that they can produce power for tens of thousands of years tells you immediately that the rate of energy output is tiny. What's more, it's in the nature of radioactive decay that it's not possible to control it. The radioactive isotopes are going to decay with a predictable rate (which will diminish over time) and there's no way to speed it up or slow it down (short of dropping it in a nuclear reactor so it can be heavily irradiated). So, whilst that battery is producing it's tiny power output, that will go to waste if not used immediately unless it's stored by, guess what, a conventional battery or a super-capacitor.

    In any event, the idea that this is going to work in EVs is beyond a joke. EV's use 10s of kilowatts of power, not milliwatts. There's a factor of maybe a million between the two.

    Where such batteries can work is on low power devices or in space probes. Radioisotope thermoelectric generator been used for such purposes for decades, but use refined radioactive isotopes for the purpose, not any old nuclear waste.

  34. They need to make the outer casing of these batteries not corrode. How how easy is it to clean up the mess from a car accident? A tiny hole in a battery could be a health risk, if in a phone or watch.

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