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Cella Energy's Ermy Self-Charging Battery - Recent publications reveal that if graphene is on a quartz surface and quartz is doped with oxygen atoms, a new electronic shell appears just under the conduction band at about 20meV. This gives us a theoretical reason why Ermy's graphene-quartz cell is able to work as thermo-electric generator also at low temperature. (PESWiki; June 21, 2014)
- See Directory:Solar - Many solar technologies are solid state.
Solid State Generators
- Petravoltaics -- Electricity from Rocks - Certain types of igneous rocks exhibit a weak electrical potential that is neither piezoelectric (pressure induced voltage), nor pyroelectric (heat-change induced voltage), but petravoltaic. This is to say that there is a continuous, steady voltage across the rock.
Other Solid State Devices
- Silent microchip 'fan' has no moving parts - Thorrn Micro Technologies has developed a solid-state fan technology via electro-aerodynamic pumping in which a corona discharge causes air flow. The microchip fan operates silently and is said to generate enough wind to cool a laptop computer, while using less energy to do so. (ITNews; March 20, 2008)
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