BetaBatt: Nuclear Battery with Increased Surface Geometry

May 15th, 2005 | Filed under: Fabrication Tech, Future, Products, Technology | 2 Comments »

BetaBatt is developing a nuclear battery that has the potential to last 12-20 years. The innovation comes not in the battery technology itself, but in the 3-dimensional surface of the silicon layer that is able to capture more electrons emitted by Tritium. The ultimate surface design will increase energy production 160-fold.

via Physorg | Eurekalert

2 Comments on “BetaBatt: Nuclear Battery with Increased Surface Geometry”

  1. 1 nuclear battery said at 2:06 am on August 16th, 2005:

    sir can u please give me some pictures on nuclear battery

  2. 2 Mike Regush said at 5:50 am on October 30th, 2005:

    I was wondering, what the voltage output , amperage, and all specifications of your nuclear batterry. Also , when can a person buy these devices.

    One more final question- Am I able to buy shares in your company or corp.?
    If so, please inform me of all the details.

    Thanks for your time, and success to your endeavor in this field.

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