Quite a long time ago or even nowadays, many electronic devices used to use batteries to work correctly, specifically those that needed not to be tied to the electric current. And now, they have invented what could be the solution to possible energy crises, a battery that would last centuries on a charge.
The project is called Nano Diamond, a battery that will charge itself and could last 28,000 years, much longer than its owners. Those who are making it bear the name of NDB. The company uses the graphite from the plants, purifies it and uses it to make carbon diamonds, with a structure that acts as a semiconductor and heat sink.
It is worth mentioning that this would help ecology, since the use of energy to recharge would be completely non-existent.
These diamonds are coated with a layer of cheap, non-radioactive, laboratory-made carbon-12 diamond with energetic particles, which prevents radiation leakage and serves as a safe protective layer. For its part, its supercapacitor instantly collects, stores and distributes the charge.
It will even fit any shape or standard, including AA, AA and some square size batteries. For now, sales of this invention have not been confirmed, but the company is willing to distribute them if the experiments go well. It may seem ironic, but then you would never have to carry portable consoles like a Game Boy.