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Author Topic: Graphene free energy enters the market  (Read 922 times)

Offline BorisKrabow

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Graphene free energy enters the market
« on: July 14, 2022, 01:58:27 PM »
Hi ! 
      A lot of information on graphene technologies has appeared on the Internet. Of course, the use of graphene as a source of free energy is of the greatest interest.I'm impressed with the announcements of this technology's market entry.That's why I'm posting information on this topic here.
     Market launch publication         https://www.smart2zero.com/en/graphene-energy-harvesting-chips-closer-to-availability/
  Similar Technology  Neutrino Deutschland GmbH     https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCnpMxHAh1XmUOPl0Cajnq6A/videos
     
   there is also a recipe for making a thin-film graphene cell (posted by an unknown researcher) :
        a finely ground mixture of 75 percent graphene and 25 percent silicon is applied to aluminum foil. The binder is a polymer varnish. The binder should be as small as possible. Layer thickness 0.1- 0.3 mm . The cell potential is 1 volt. The power of a cell with an A4 sheet area is 1 watt.           5 layers of cells gives 5 volts, 12 layers gives 12 volts and so on .
        Option 2 - self-charging capacitor. First, a polymer varnish is applied to the aluminum foil (to create an electrical insulator), after which a mixture of graphene and silicon is applied. Ready .  :)
          in the comments on YouTube I saw positive reviews about the use for several years. I did not save the addresses of the latest sources of information.
         How to Make Graphene (The Cheap and Easy Way)     https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iZoWgoCsAm0   

        I hope that many now found what they were looking for .......


                        regards

         
         

Offline BorisKrabow

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Re: Graphene free energy enters the market
« Reply #1 on: July 14, 2022, 02:46:35 PM »
It should be noted that the graphene cell does not require heating. Electricity is produced from the heat of the environment and various variable fields in the surrounding space.

Offline broli

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Re: Graphene free energy enters the market
« Reply #2 on: July 15, 2022, 08:58:32 AM »
Technically there still is no product on the market but indeed this is some exciting technology that I also have been following for a while. Btw as described in the talk it's not the graphene that's doing the magic here. It's the combination of graphene and the diodes. The diodes even need to be in pairs and have the correct characteristics for it to even work at all.


Perhaps something noteworthy he mentions about solar energy that produces only 5W/m². This value is talking about the average power of solar meaning if you calculate it over 24/7 period a year long. This is a fair comparison as this device would be able to operate 24/7 at peak performance (1W/m²).


To me what's more powerful here is not it's 1W/m² average performance. But the fact this could be stackable unlike solar panels. For instance like current 3d NAND technology it can be stacked on the chip level. You could have many many more layers of this stacked and easily increase its rated output power by a 10-1000 fold. A 1000W/m² panel would be insane it would cool down the environment so fast that it will probably condense and freeze the water in the air around it and stop working.


EDIT: Would also like to share this video of the company that is trying to bring this tech to market: [size=78%]NTS Innovations Graphene Energy Harvesting - YouTube[/size]
« Last Edit: July 15, 2022, 11:19:29 AM by broli »

Offline Paul-R

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Re: Graphene free energy enters the market
« Reply #3 on: July 15, 2022, 11:57:15 AM »
it's not the graphene that's doing the magic here. It's the combination of graphene and the diodes. The diodes even need to be in pairs and have the correct characteristics for it to even work at all.

Graphene is carbon in a fancy arrangement in thin films. How does this produce energy, with or without ther diodes?

Offline truesearch

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Re: Graphene free energy enters the market
« Reply #4 on: July 15, 2022, 03:05:47 PM »
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Graphene is carbon in a fancy arrangement in thin films. How does this produce energy, with or without ther diodes?

One possibility is that the Graphene together with the diodes is just a catalysis which taps into the "space" energy field and allows us to extract just a little bit of that sea of energy?

Offline ramset

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Re: Graphene free energy enters the market
« Reply #5 on: July 15, 2022, 04:15:09 PM »
Graphene is said to be 1000 times more conductive than copper at 1molecular layer thick
Oriented a certain way


William Barbet did experiments years back where he had a gain claim
Harvesting from various coil arrangements
A ceramic coating and graphene ?


It just harvested some potential ?


Also Mike N (Centraflo) had a method for experiments with building a graphene layer
and electrolysis
That is actually a very cool Energy harvester / converter in concept..?
It could scrub CO2 and make a fuel too ?


Perhaps he will comment here to explain or point to a link which
Does explain?


Respectfully
Chet K

Offline BorisKrabow

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Re: Graphene free energy enters the market
« Reply #6 on: July 15, 2022, 09:25:56 PM »
I will add information on this topic as it becomes available and when I have free time.
      so  : in this cell there is nothing complicated, everything is simple  :) .  Everyone knows that heat is the vibration of the atoms of matter (Brownian motion) .So Graphene turned out to be sensitive to vibrations of atoms, that is, to the heat of the environment.
In Graphene, under the influence of heat, different fields and various other influences, wave phenomena arise.
     after the discovery of this phenomenon, many researchers are looking for ways to use this energy. For example, the creation of a catalyst for the cost-free decomposition of water into hydrogen and oxygen.
     free energy electric cells are just one of many options.
     
     If the refrigerator inside is covered with such cells ....
     it will be fun to see refrigerators that provide cold and at the same time receive electricity  :)   .....

     Best regards Boris

Offline Jimboot

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Re: Graphene free energy enters the market
« Reply #7 on: July 16, 2022, 03:27:30 AM »
I have some graphene that I made for a previous experiment. Looking forward to see where this thread goes