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Russian scientists have created an “atomic battery” that surpasses foreign analogues in a number of parameters.

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Russian scientists have created a new compact energy device. We are talking about the work of NUST MISIS employees, which was carried out in the field of “peaceful atom”.

The journal Applied Radiation and Isotopes describes the results of the work of the MISIS research team. The result was the creation of a compact battery, which is simply called "atomic". This small device generates an electric current during radioactive decay - a kind of microreactor. The "atomic battery" consists of two main parts - semiconductor (it is in the process of energy conversion) and radioactive (emitter based on nickel isotope).

Such a battery allows power supply of microelectronics. The dimensions of the innovative battery are comparable to foreign counterparts, while it is about half the price and an order of magnitude more efficient.

A battery that generates electricity based on radioactive decay is characterized in that the arrangement of the "atomic" part is such that it prevents the loss of power, which is usually caused by the so-called reverse current.

One of the authors of the development is Sergei Legotin, Associate Professor of the Department of Semiconductor Electronics and Semiconductor Physics of the aforementioned university.

He is quoted by RT:

The design makes it possible to increase by an order of magnitude the efficiency of converting the energy released during the decay of the beta radiation source into electricity, which will reduce the source cost of the source by about 50 percent due to the rational use of an expensive radioisotope.

Today, “atomic batteries” are being developed in different countries of the world, but their use has not reached the mass level. First of all, the high cost of such elements plays a role. At the same time, it is already clear that this situation may change in the near future. An impetus for the development of the direction of using this kind of energy elements may well be given by the development of domestic scientists.

Earlier, the MISIS presented a developed composite material that can be actively used in medicine - in particular, for the restoration of bone defects in the skull.
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NUST "MISIS"
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  1. The leader of the Redskins
    The leader of the Redskins 20 August 2020 06: 32
    +4
    Very interesting, but unfortunately little data.
    I am not an expert, so it's hard for me to compare with foreign counterparts.
    And as a layman, the security parameter is also very interested. The words "radioactive decay" have been scary since 1986.
    Well, and thanks separately for the name of the institute - I smiled!)))
    1. Ka-52
      Ka-52 20 August 2020 06: 40
      22
      Well, and thanks separately for the name of the institute - I smiled!)))

      Institute of Steel and Alloys. I didn't know that they were also dealing with atomic batteries. I contacted them on the basis of the expertise of aviation alloys for corrosion in an aggressive environment. MISIS Emnip has the only laboratory in the country capable of giving such a conclusion
      1. Temples
        Temples 20 August 2020 07: 05
        22
        Why write in Latin?

        Russian language zapadlo

        It has long been necessary to adopt a law punishing writers in the Latin alphabet.

        And writers of all kinds of crap about the "language of international communication" are punished by the same law.

        It is necessary to defend Russian civilization.

        Scientists are great, and marketers "from scientists" are ghouls.
        1. carstorm 11
          carstorm 11 20 August 2020 07: 33
          -23 qualifying.
          you will not sell anything in Russian. and you won't. sadly, but the Russian alphabet is like unnecessary buttons on a calculator for them. it's hard for the world
          1. Krasnoyarsk
            Krasnoyarsk 20 August 2020 07: 47
            21
            Quote: carstorm 11
            you will not sell anything in Russian.

            If it is stated that the cost is much less than foreign analogues and the quality is at the level, then they will buy
            Why shouldn't we buy anything with the Latin alphabet? The same cars and other other equipment.
            Quote: carstorm 11
            The Russian alphabet is like unnecessary buttons on a calculator for them. it's hard for the world

            These are already their problems.
            1. carstorm 11
              carstorm 11 20 August 2020 08: 04
              -11 qualifying.
              them . I do not argue. many people will be able to read the name of the companion vaccine 5 /)
              1. Temples
                Temples 20 August 2020 08: 27
                +3
                Quote: carstorm 11
                ... sadly, but the Russian alphabet is like unnecessary buttons on a calculator for them. it's hard for the world

                This is not the Russian language you need. Your native language was Russian. You give up on it.

                Anglo-Saxons do not give up their language. Not only that, they are promoting it.
                And people like you believed that the Latin alphabet is more important. Nonsense, but you believed.

                So, the problem is not in the language and not in the English speakers.
                The problem is in your head. These are just your cockroaches.

                And you need to be protected by law from people like you.
                1. snake
                  snake 20 August 2020 10: 28
                  -10 qualifying.
                  Quote: Temples
                  And people like you believed that the Latin alphabet is more important. Nonsense, but you believed.

                  He believed ... believed ... Khramov Vladimir Uverovich ... This is an objective thing - the dominance of the English language in our time. Because it is the English-speaking people who implement technology and produce content. Understand?
                2. NOMADE
                  NOMADE 20 August 2020 15: 11
                  +3
                  It is you who should be treated "pvsedo patriots" with an enema. Learn the materiel and watch the entire Russian language (at least engineering for borrowing foreign words ..)
                3. carstorm 11
                  carstorm 11 21 August 2020 14: 59
                  +1
                  no need to be rude. these are common truths. there is neither your nor my opinion. there are rules by which everyone works. it's not my or your wishes. you won't sell your product if you don't.
            2. Roman1970_1
              Roman1970_1 20 August 2020 08: 08
              -13 qualifying.
              Why don't we buy anything with the Latin alphabet? The same cars and other other equipment

              He made me laugh.
              Do you want to leave the country without TVs, refrigerators, etc.
              A normal person wants a foreign car, normal equipment, etc.
              Hurray the patriot will want it too, but will urge not to buy.
              1. Same lech
                Same lech 20 August 2020 08: 26
                +5
                He made me laugh.

                Well, you also made fun of ... you urge to abandon domestic goods ... then you can be called a hurray-Westerner. hi
              2. Fibrizio
                Fibrizio 20 August 2020 11: 05
                0
                No, there will be a "we can repeat" sticker on the Mercedes. Although I do not quite understand such stickers. Can we donate 20 million again !?
                1. KLV
                  KLV 21 August 2020 10: 40
                  0
                  Alexander, do you know the origin of this phrase "we can repeat it!", Its original source? If not, take an interest. If you know, then your cynicism is understandable - you are on the other side of the "barricade".
                  1. Fibrizio
                    Fibrizio 21 August 2020 10: 48
                    0
                    I meant that the modern narrative of this phrase is associated with Hurray, patriotism, stupidity and "outrage" and is on a par with the stickers on the car "Obama CHMO".
                    And the most important stupidity of the owners of such stickers is that they often glue them on German cars, which IMHO is the top of stupidity.

                    And where it came from, the film is good, but now not everyone has watched it (those who are younger) and it does not cause references to it. So this phrase has a life of its own.
                    (ps, if anything, I didn't minus, if you are from the "old generation", then you can still put the necessary meaning into this phrase, and not the one that modern "not very smart people" put in).
                2. user1212
                  user1212 22 August 2020 06: 04
                  0
                  Quote: Fibrizio
                  No, Mercedes will have a "we can repeat" sticker

                  Your hypocrisy is pretty funny. And who will stop Americans from hanging Chinese-made American flags? lol
            3. fider
              fider 20 August 2020 08: 30
              -2
              Krasnoyarsk

              Why shouldn't we buy anything with the Latin alphabet?

              Try it, and I will laugh. laughing
          2. KAVBER
            KAVBER 20 August 2020 08: 21
            13
            Tell this to the Chinese, with their easy language
            1. Vadim237
              Vadim237 20 August 2020 15: 50
              +2
              Chinese goods are also labeled and signed in the English alphabet.
              1. KAVBER
                KAVBER 20 August 2020 19: 01
                0
                Yes to foreign markets, no to domestic ones. Yes, and on external ones they always duplicate
        2. Mikhalych
          Mikhalych 20 August 2020 07: 37
          -4
          That's right, the words are not of a boy, but of a husband.
          hi
        3. Boris55
          Boris55 20 August 2020 08: 00
          +4
          Quote: Temples
          And writers of all kinds of crap about the "language of international communication" are punished by the same law.

          The language of international communication is also Russian. This was recorded by the UN, along with five more, at the time of its creation. In addition, there are about two hundred nationalities, peoples and nationalities living in Russia that have the peculiarities of their language, but the state language in Russia is Russian. However, in the republics of Russia, along with the Russian language, others can also be used. So in Crimea the official languages ​​are Russian, Ukrainian and Tatar. English is not the state language throughout Russia and cannot be used in state institutions, but there is no ban on its use, as well as in other languages.

          Below is a street name sign:



          It seems like Moscow, a city of tourists, but the inscription on the gatinny, albeit in a smaller font, is higher than the name in Russian. What does that mean? Koo before the "beacon of democracy" by the Moscow authorities?
          1. vadimtt
            vadimtt 20 August 2020 09: 15
            +8
            It's just that a designer who knows the concept of "composition" made a plate. laughing
            But the fact that the Latin alphabet is not a translation (Tverskaya Street), but a transcription, you are not interested for some reason tongue
            So there is no English, from the word at all.
            1. Boris55
              Boris55 20 August 2020 09: 20
              0
              Quote: vadimtt
              But the fact that the Latin alphabet is not a translation (Tverskaya Street), but a transcription, you are not interested for some reason

              That is why I wrote what is written in Latin, although the post was about English.
          2. cat Rusich
            cat Rusich 22 August 2020 00: 03
            0
            Boris, in "public places" the large print is more important - the "man in the street" even if it is a "foreign tourist" reads what is written in large print, small hot from above, even from the side, from below - they do not notice. About the "atomic battery" - a cheap, high-quality product will be bought even with a name in Maya or Sumerian cuneiform characters - no need to be afraid to write in the NATIVE RUSSIAN language, who needs to understand and buy, and the rest will not buy anyway.
        4. Piramidon
          Piramidon 20 August 2020 08: 31
          10
          And if the Chinese will only mold hieroglyphs for their goods, you will get bored of reading. And we have enough of their goods on sale.
        5. pereselenec
          pereselenec 20 August 2020 09: 33
          +1
          Quote: Temples
          Why write in Latin?

          Russian language zapadlo

          It has long been necessary to adopt a law punishing writers in the Latin alphabet.

          And writers of all kinds of crap about the "language of international communication" are punished by the same law.

          It is necessary to defend Russian civilization.

          Scientists are great, and marketers "from scientists" are ghouls.


          The Russian nobility did not fall for it. Not knowing English in 2020, at least at the school level, is a mess. Since 80 percent of scientific literature in the world is in English and without knowing it, a person automatically cuts off 80% of information from himself and becomes dumber by 80% of those who have access to it. Those who cannot understand the English text, even with a dictionary, are the new illiterate, an analogue of the 16th century bast peasants. Well, it's not even about English - any additional language is a wealth, even English, even German, even Gypsy, even Polynesian. And the wild aggression towards foreign languages, I met only as a defensive reaction from stupid people who had not mastered Russian too well.
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          2. Charik
            Charik 20 August 2020 19: 41
            -1
            fak u spielberg
          3. paul3390
            paul3390 21 August 2020 19: 56
            +1
            A military phrasebook is enough to be able to interrogate the language and find out where their missile bases and airfields are located. laughing
        6. Interlocutor
          Interlocutor 20 August 2020 10: 21
          0
          Why write in Latin?

          In order to work with the world market, you have to be named and write in Latin.
        7. snake
          snake 20 August 2020 10: 22
          -6
          Quote: Temples
          It has long been necessary to adopt a law punishing writers in the Latin alphabet.

          A person writes in Windows OS on some Asus / Acer / HP thread, etc. dressed in a conventional Abibos ... Well, the logic is my ... If we write in Russian on technological things, then we will defend the Russian civilization ... Has a man fallen from the moon or something? Russia does not produce anything sensible in terms of technological consumer goods. The reputation of the Russian Federation in this regard is like a cat ... It would be necessary to write in Chinese with an eye to the future.
          I am sure that in a week everyone will forget about this "atomic" battery. By that time, the "scientists" will "develop" something else. It goes without saying that it has no analogues in the world.
          1. Captain45
            Captain45 20 August 2020 10: 34
            -1
            Quote: serpent
            Russia does not produce anything sensible in terms of technological consumer goods.

            It is strange to read such a statement, having previously read in the article: Russian scientists have created a new compact energy device. We are talking about the work of NUST MISIS employees, which was carried out in the field of “peaceful atom”.
            Such a battery allows power supply of microelectronics. The dimensions of the innovative battery are comparable to foreign counterparts, while it is about half the price and an order of magnitude more efficient.

            It turns out that the author of the statement of the article "did not read, but condemns" (c), or traditionally - I do not believe! request
            1. snake
              snake 20 August 2020 10: 38
              0
              Quote: Captain45
              It is strange to read such a statement, having previously read in the article

              You can write anything you want, but looking around you - I do not see anything from electronics produced in Russia. Is that light bulbs ... And those made in China, and the Russian Federation is only an importer. Therefore, I do not "do not believe", but "I do not see".
              1. user1212
                user1212 22 August 2020 06: 07
                0
                Quote: serpent
                You can write anything you want, but looking around you - I do not see anything from electronics produced in Russia.

                And what of the electronics made in Great Britain and the USA show? No Chinese components. Maybe an iPhone? So there Samsung's percent, LG screen, Foxconn production lol
                1. snake
                  snake 22 August 2020 11: 44
                  +1
                  But whose idea and technology? And for whom?
                  1. user1212
                    user1212 22 August 2020 17: 39
                    0
                    Quote: serpent
                    But the idea

                    What?
                    Quote: serpent
                    whose technology

                    Depends on the product, but an approximate list would be: Foxconn, Compal, Quanta, TSMC, Pegatron, Wistron, etc. technology of direct developers and manufacturers. Apple owns only the technology of winding the price and gluing the nameplate :))) Although the requirements for the final product are certainly developing the stub. In general, an American iotaphone :)))
                    Quote: serpent
                    And for whom?

                    Even the software is developed by ODM contractors, although Apple legally owns it.
                    1. snake
                      snake 22 August 2020 20: 32
                      +1
                      Well, has Russia taken part in all these chains of technological production and brands? After all, the conversation is essentially about what? That the Russian Federation is practically invisible on the civilian electronics market. And where will they put this miracle battery? Robot Fedor to an interesting place?
                      1. user1212
                        user1212 23 August 2020 10: 04
                        0
                        Quote: serpent
                        After all, the conversation is essentially about what?

                        About hypocrisy, first of all. An iPhone can be developed and manufactured in China, but it's still an American phone, Boeing can be developed and produced all over the world, but it's still an American plane, but if a Russian company orders production from an ODM contractor in the same way, it immediately becomes " Chinese "company. The story of the iotafon as an example. Has at least one journalist recognized the iotaphone as a Russian telephone? Why? Where does this hypocrisy come from?
                        Quote: serpent
                        That the Russian Federation is practically invisible on the civil electronics market

                        ALL civil electronics are made in Asia. Not a single screw is made for it in either the USA or the UK. Does this fact make these states inferior? No, it doesn't. These are the rules of the world economy today. Even such giants as Bosch and Siemens are forced to transfer production to China to Chinese companies, otherwise these very Chinese simply will not leave the former giants a place in the consumer goods market, destroying any civilian production in Germany at a minimal cost. And environmental legislation for manufacturers in Western countries is a separate story. The lithium battery is completely made in the USA, I would look at it :))) Tesla, of course, packs batteries under its own brand, but all the contents are in China. This is a very dirty thing in production
                      2. snake
                        snake 23 August 2020 14: 40
                        +1
                        Quote: user1212
                        The story of the iotafon as an example.

                        Are you writing from the iotaphone, I suppose?
                        Quote: user1212
                        Tesla, of course, packs batteries under its own brand, but all the contents are China.

                        So where is Russia in electronics? At least somehow sideways: idea, technology, production, brand? Purely like Garik Kharlamov's song:
                        Technology is all in America
                        And China is full of factories.
                        The whole auto industry is in Germany,
                        And we have a bathhouse, vodka, robot Fedor and salmon.
    2. Eug
      Eug 20 August 2020 08: 01
      +1
      Isn't there such a laboratory at VIAM?
      1. Ka-52
        Ka-52 20 August 2020 08: 11
        +3
        there were carried out on thermal physics and structural strength of engine parts. And baths with brine - MISiS
  2. KCA
    KCA 20 August 2020 07: 03
    +3
    Beta radiation has a weak penetrating ability, for a battery a case is not even made of metal, but of plastic, the price is definitely not low, it costs money to isolate the necessary isotopes with beta decay from all the trash that is formed in a nuclear reactor, although the technologies have long been developed, widely used, even in medicine
  3. rocket757
    rocket757 20 August 2020 07: 51
    +2
    The invention of the "atomic battery" was announced a long time ago, if memory serves, they wrote about it in the Soviet magazine "Science and Life"! .... it was a long time ago, only such batteries did not appear later ...
    1. Kart
      Kart 20 August 2020 08: 51
      -4
      You can write about anything, any fantasy.
      1. vadimtt
        vadimtt 20 August 2020 09: 18
        +2
        Choi fantasies? There were plenty of such batteries for special use. Someone will give a source to an ordinary consumer? Enough fakap with smoke detectors, which are then urgently disposed of.
        1. rocket757
          rocket757 20 August 2020 09: 36
          +2
          Quote: vadimtt
          There were plenty of such batteries for special use.

          There were power supplies for ... not for everyone. They changed them together with the device, which served for a quarter of a century!
      2. rocket757
        rocket757 20 August 2020 09: 37
        0
        Quote: Carte
        You can write about anything, any fantasy.

        This is a DREAM !!! Moreover, no one has proven that there can be no such! ETERNAL.
    2. venik
      venik 20 August 2020 11: 12
      0
      Quote: rocket757
      The invention of the "atomic battery" was announced a long time ago, if memory serves, they wrote about it in the Soviet magazine "Science and Life"! .... it was a long time ago, only such batteries did not appear later ...

      ========
      Exactly - it was! Only in that US "battery" the current was generated by a thermoelement that used the heat generated during the decay of plutonium. A more primitive option!
      1. rocket757
        rocket757 20 August 2020 12: 07
        0
        Quote: venik
        Only in that US "battery"

        Now, of course, you can find it, check it out ... it seems to me that they wrote about the Japanese development ???
        When we did something like that, they simply did not write about it .... those were the rules.
        1. venik
          venik 20 August 2020 12: 11
          0
          Quote: rocket757
          Now, of course, you can find it, check it out ... it seems to me that they wrote about the Japanese development ???

          ========
          Yes, like the American one - the Japanese in those years with plutonium, and other decaying materials did not work much and could not boast of much success.
  4. venik
    venik 20 August 2020 10: 51
    +1
    Quote: Leader of the Redskins
    And as a layman, the security parameter is also very interested. The words "radioactive decay" have been scary since 1986.

    ========
    Ooh! I can imagine how scared you would be if you knew HOW MUCH radiation surrounds us! And not only "man-made", but also quite natural!
    That's just one example: in Ukraine, not far from Krivoy Rog, there is a tract Zheltye Vody. There, from time immemorial (centuries), local residents mined a special white clay with a beautiful bright yellow hue, from which they built their huts. Very nice - you don't even need to whitewash with chalk! It never occurred to them that a characteristic beautiful color is given to clay ..... salt uranium, which are contained there in a fairly high concentration !!!
    In the 60s of the last century, a plant for the primary enrichment of uranium was built there (although, as they say, for the last 3 decades it has not worked or has hardly worked), in which a small town of the same name arose.
    PS By the way, Zheltye Vody is the only city (so they say) where a radiometer (Geiger counter) hangs on the city hall instead of a clock! wink
    1. rocket757
      rocket757 20 August 2020 12: 12
      0
      A lot of knowledge, a lot of headaches! Although in some cases just the opposite !!!
      Remember at the expense of white lead, which were instead of powder for the then fashionistas !!! In fact, this powder took away many years of life from beauties!
  5. Lumumba
    Lumumba 21 August 2020 10: 07
    0
    Quote: Leader of the Redskins
    Very interesting, but unfortunately little data.
    I am not an expert, so it's hard for me to compare with foreign counterparts.
    And as a layman, the security parameter is also very interested. The words "radioactive decay" have been scary since 1986.
    Well, and thanks separately for the name of the institute - I smiled!)))

    Absolutely safe, but still not worth swallowing. The active substance is a nickel-63 isotope, an emitter of beta particles (electrons) of low energy (beta minus decay). During its half-life, this isotope does not produce radioactive nuclides (does not form radioactive series). And low-energy electrons are completely trapped by a conventional foil (aluminum). Only Russia possesses the technologies that make it possible to quickly and cheaply separate this and many other isotopes from waste in "bags".
  • Grandfather
    Grandfather 20 August 2020 06: 33
    -7
    Russian scientists have created an “atomic battery” that surpasses foreign analogues in a number of parameters.
    we will live right now! end of Chinese batteries! wassat
    1. Serg65
      Serg65 20 August 2020 07: 52
      -1
      Quote: Dead Day
      we will live right now! end of Chinese batteries!

      Have you called an ambulance, grandpa?
      1. Kart
        Kart 20 August 2020 08: 54
        0
        How they are bursting with indignation.
        There is still a theme that there is absolutely nothing to complain about. And here! Found! The name is written in English letters!
        Well, that's it, # enough to endure, # it's all sad, # come along.
  • rocket757
    rocket757 20 August 2020 06: 34
    +1
    Interesting! Not an eternal battery, probably, otherwise you will immediately want a perpetual motion machine!
    1. c2020
      c2020 20 August 2020 06: 48
      -29 qualifying.
      Hasn't this battery been sold yet? We urgently need to merge NUST MISIS with the firms of Tupolev and Ilyushin. At worst - with the Mil and Kamov firms. New brand - NITU TUPIL or NITU KAMEL. Net Present Income and Branding Above All!
      1. carstorm 11
        carstorm 11 20 August 2020 07: 35
        -6
        is it bad to sell something? in 404 they even sold the land and everyone applauded them.
        1. rocket757
          rocket757 20 August 2020 07: 47
          +3
          Quote: carstorm 11
          and everyone applauds them.

          That's for sure? everyone, everyone, directly applauding?
          1. Kart
            Kart 20 August 2020 08: 55
            -2
            Most. There is also democracy as you know.
  • Far B
    Far B 20 August 2020 06: 43
    -1
    The dimensions of the innovative battery are comparable to foreign counterparts, while it is about half the price and an order of magnitude more productive
    If so, then good. And then, apart from bravura reports about various breakthrough achievements, there is nothing to be happy about. So while reading such news, for some reason, only the following pops up in my memory: "Chubais gives an interview: - Here in Skolkovo we have invented the world's fastest electric motorcycle - it accelerates to 100 km / h in a second! (Corr.) - And ? .. (W) - That's all. Then the cord ends and the plug jumps out of the socket. "
    1. Snail N9
      Snail N9 20 August 2020 09: 10
      +4
      Well, you have to write about at least some "breakthroughs", even if they are 100 years old at lunchtime (indeed, about a battery based on nickel isotopes, has appeared more than once in domestic "hurray-news"), otherwise from "objective reality" that we can personally observe every day, you can fall into a long and persistent depression ...
  • newcomer
    newcomer 20 August 2020 06: 52
    +3
    Gorgeous. And also, if you consider that we are by 23/25. we get two mini atomic reactors (1GW and 100MW), then a good picture is emerging for our nuclear industry. After all, these mini-nuclear power plants based on the Soviet "Pamir", in addition to the development of the Arctic and supplying energy to friendly regions, can be used for cosmonautics.
    1. Far B
      Far B 20 August 2020 07: 31
      -8
      we are by 23/25 we get two mini atomic reactors (1 gw and 100 mw)
      Do you guarantee receipt?
      1. newcomer
        newcomer 20 August 2020 07: 35
        0
        You have a sense of humor, obviously sugary.
        1. Far B
          Far B 20 August 2020 08: 01
          -7
          And where did you see the humor in my question?
          1. newcomer
            newcomer 20 August 2020 09: 59
            0
            I didn't "see", I assumed. For demanding guarantees from me for the MO program is at least not smart. So I assumed you might be humorous.
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  • Tagan
    Tagan 20 August 2020 07: 01
    +5
    Quote: Dead Day
    Russian scientists have created an “atomic battery” that surpasses foreign analogues in a number of parameters.
    we will live right now! end of Chinese batteries! wassat

    Sprinkle poison out of the blue. Why's that? Or are your Facebook batteries leaking?
  • Kerensky
    Kerensky 20 August 2020 07: 10
    -1
    I'm afraid it's not just that the quotes are put there. Little data.
  • Svarog
    Svarog 20 August 2020 07: 16
    -2
    The design makes it possible to increase by an order of magnitude the efficiency of converting the energy released during the decay of the beta radiation source into electricity, which will reduce the source cost of the source by about 50 percent due to the rational use of an expensive radioisotope.

    Curious to know the cost .. and the news is certainly interesting and if we really have such a battery, then it's time to produce electric cars ..
    1. newcomer
      newcomer 20 August 2020 07: 24
      -2
      This battery is for microelectronics. And the mobile will be on sale at the end of the year. According to the Europeans: "Russia has created the cheapest electric car, the price is only 5200 euros."
      1. Galleon
        Galleon 20 August 2020 09: 46
        0
        Quote: newbie
        Russia has created the cheapest electric car

        Looks like I'm driving at the wrong time - I have never met these electric cars on the roads.
        1. newcomer
          newcomer 20 August 2020 09: 53
          -2
          Wrote as read_ on sale by the end of the year. Maybe you will meet.
          1. Galleon
            Galleon 20 August 2020 09: 56
            0
            If it's on sale by the end of the year, are some car dealers already accepting pre-orders? laughing
            You are a good optimist, this is what we lack a little. Write your comments more often, maybe your condition will be partially passed on to others, incl. to me.
            1. newcomer
              newcomer 20 August 2020 10: 03
              +1
              Glad to hear / read a similar assessment. Well, I don’t know about the optimist, nor about the dealers. I do not like to repeat myself, but this news is not mine, not even our media, foreign media write.
          2. loki565
            loki565 20 August 2020 11: 50
            +1
            If it's not a secret on the basis of which machine will be created and at which plant?
            1. newcomer
              newcomer 20 August 2020 15: 28
              -1
              I don’t know, colleague. They called the mobile "Zetta", sort of. No details were provided.
  • Mountain shooter
    Mountain shooter 20 August 2020 07: 19
    +5
    Here in detail about these batteries, who has the patience. The article deals with a battery for the isotope nickel-63
    https://batareykaa.ru/atomnaja-batarejka-v-sovremennom-mire/
    1. Svarog
      Svarog 20 August 2020 07: 27
      -4
      Quote: Mountain Shooter
      https://batareykaa.ru/atomnaja-batarejka-v-sovremennom-mire/

      They write there that the price is from 500 to 000 million .. This is certainly very expensive .. and about security, they are not confident in writing .. Although over time, this will all tighten, but this news is still 4 .. and what three years doing?
  • bald
    bald 20 August 2020 07: 23
    +3
    It is unlikely that it will go into mass use in the near future. Betta rays are no joke. And for special needs - just necessary (medicine, space, emergencies, etc.) - well done!
    1. astepanov
      astepanov 20 August 2020 08: 28
      +5
      Beta rays are just a "joke". Ni-63 is a "soft" beta emitter, even in direct contact with the skin, the radiation is absorbed by a layer several microns deep. And in the battery, it is completely absorbed by the structural elements. The battery life is at least 50 years, during this time half of the isotope decays and the power drops by half. The main purpose is to power stand-alone sensors placed in hard-to-reach places: space technology, building structures, in implants, etc. There will not be any electric vehicles for a variety of reasons, of which price and low power are not the main ones.
      Many companies are engaged in the development of such products, including in Russia. It is still far from serial products, but noticeable progress. The main "plug", it seems, is not in the isotope, but in the semiconductor component. Even exotic semiconductors such as doped diamonds are used.
      It is incorrect to call this device a "battery": a battery is elements connected in series or in parallel. The element is also presented here. Among specialists, it is called a beta-voltaic element.
      1. bald
        bald 20 August 2020 08: 38
        0
        I did not say that it siphon, there is a screen, I mean that if you let it go to the masses, there will be curious people, and what is inside, and the same refiners, seeing the gilding around the edges.
        1. astepanov
          astepanov 20 August 2020 09: 48
          0
          Quote: bald
          there are curious people, but what's inside

          The usual manganese-zinc element can also be disassembled and devoured - and the consequences will be dire.
      2. CBR600
        CBR600 20 August 2020 08: 41
        0
        Thanks for the clarification. What size? And what prevents them (elements) from collecting in a pack? Price?
        1. astepanov
          astepanov 20 August 2020 09: 52
          +1
          Element dimensions for sensors - millimeters. You can of course combine batteries. Moreover, there will be batteries - but not with beta-voltaic cells, but with capacitors. The sensors turn on periodically, and they generate energy constantly. a capacitor connected in parallel accumulates energy in pauses and gives it back when the load is turned on.
    2. Grif
      Grif 20 August 2020 17: 41
      0
      There are no beta rays. It's just a stream of electrons. It is completely retained by a sheet of paper, and even more so by human skin.
  • Thrifty
    Thrifty 20 August 2020 07: 29
    -6
    So is it a battery, or is it a battery? If it is a battery, then it is narrowly applicable, due to the impossibility of recharging it, and even in a complex electrical circuit, the radiation will extinguish neighboring links. That is, its use only on devices and devices protected from beta radiation, but not in industry, and even more so, not in everyday life.
  • seregatara1969
    seregatara1969 20 August 2020 07: 39
    0
    And why is the inscription on the battery not Russian? A tribute to fashion? Or directly for export?
  • Angelo Provolone
    Angelo Provolone 20 August 2020 07: 45
    0
    Thanks IN.
    just comprehensive information.
    How many volts? how long is the service life? cost? And how do you dispose of it? just throw it out on the lawn?
    1. Narak-zempo
      Narak-zempo 20 August 2020 08: 13
      +1
      Quote: Angelo Provolone
      Thanks IN.
      just comprehensive information.
      How many volts? how long is the service life? cost? And how do you dispose of it? just throw it out on the lawn?

      You can't just throw away a regular battery.
      And the parameters are secret, I guess.
      They wrote that it surpasses foreign counterparts - look at their characteristics and add 20-30%.
    2. fider
      fider 20 August 2020 08: 37
      -1
      Angelo Provolone
      And how do you dispose of it? just throw it out on the lawn?

      Already going to throw it out? First buy, you will be left without pants. fellow
      1. Angelo Provolone
        Angelo Provolone 20 August 2020 08: 41
        0
        Buy first, you will be left without pants.

        I will save on gasoline.
    3. Errr
      Errr 20 August 2020 09: 11
      +1
      Quote: Angelo Provolone
      And how do you dispose of it? just throw it out on the lawn?
      From the point of view of ecology, it is practically clean. Most of all, such a thing is currently needed in cardiology (the service life is about half a century). Just the perfect power supply for a pacemaker. Its only drawback now is the price, about 4,5 million birthmarks.
      1. astepanov
        astepanov 20 August 2020 09: 57
        0
        Quote: Herrr
        Its only drawback now is the price, about 4,5 million birthmarks.

        The amount of isotope in the element is milligrams, with the price of Ni63 in millions of dollars per kg, we get a quite reasonable price (with mass production). But I'm not very sure about the suitability for pacemakers: the specific power is too low, the fraction of microwatts per element.
        1. Errr
          Errr 20 August 2020 12: 00
          -1
          Quote: astepanov
          But I'm not very sure about the suitability for pacemakers: the specific power is too low, the fraction of microwatts per element.
          However, they write that:
          The battery efficiency was about ten microwatts per cubic centimeter, and the total power has reached one microwattenough power to power a pacemaker.
          A source: https://nplus1.ru/news/2018/04/20/nuclear-battery
          Maybe, nevertheless, in this case, doubts are unnecessary? what
          1. astepanov
            astepanov 20 August 2020 14: 46
            0
            Quote: Herrr
            Maybe, nevertheless, in this case, doubts are unnecessary?

            Not sure. The power of a lithium-iodine HIT for a pacemaker reaches several tens of microwatts during normal operation. So consider ... Only lithium-iodine is inexpensive compared to isotopic. True, its service life is no more than 15 years.
            1. Errr
              Errr 20 August 2020 18: 25
              0
              And, nevertheless, the girls are great !!! smile
              Read on https://misis.ru/university/news/science/2017-11/4978/, if interesting. Only this news is dated November 2017. lol
  • Narak-zempo
    Narak-zempo 20 August 2020 08: 12
    +2
    Good news, but when will we see this battery on sale with the inscription "Made in Russia"?
  • AML
    AML 20 August 2020 08: 32
    0
    Quote: seregatara1969
    And why is the inscription on the battery not Russian? A tribute to fashion? Or directly for export?

    As in the joke - "Why not wearing a cap"?
  • Mikhail3
    Mikhail3 20 August 2020 08: 51
    0
    No numbers. No descriptions. Only the annoyingly repeated "by the order", although today everyone understands the term as he wants. The article is completely about nothing.
  • Diviz
    Diviz 20 August 2020 08: 53
    +1
    One writes exoskillet is not possible. Another writes about super batteries. It means that starships are already plying space and exoskeletons are climbing the mountains.
  • Ross xnumx
    Ross xnumx 20 August 2020 09: 08
    +1
    The dimensions of the innovative battery are comparable to foreign counterparts, while it is about half the price and an order of magnitude more efficient.

    I understand that rabbits from Energizer and rabbits from Duracell died of envy? laughing
    Quote: Leader of the Redskins
    Well, and thanks separately for the name of the institute - I smiled!)))

    From 3:58 can add positive yes
  • Zaurbek
    Zaurbek 20 August 2020 09: 08
    0
    Is it possible to use electric vehicles without charging?
  • Sailor
    Sailor 20 August 2020 09: 08
    0
    I think that comparable power can be put on "diesels".
  • Livonetc
    Livonetc 20 August 2020 09: 39
    -1
    Now it is important that the developers are not lured over the hill.
  • Fibrizio
    Fibrizio 20 August 2020 11: 12
    +1
    Quote: pereselenec
    Those who cannot understand the English text, even with a dictionary, are the new illiterate, an analogue of the 16th century bast peasants.

    I agree, where do not you stick now - you need a language. Even with a job, if you want more money or a good attitude towards yourself (which is offered in large international companies), be so kind as to know the language. I know so myself, my wife speaks fluently, so I found myself a very worthy job. When I am on business trips over the hill, bad knowledge is very annoying about work moments, it is not comfortable.
    Russian except for the CIS is not spoken almost anywhere, or rather, it is a rarity.
    I have not been anywhere, only the Turks and Egyptians talk about ours (in Israel, not everything is far from it). And so over the hill English. Ride 3-4 times like a Russo tourist and you will feel like a sucker without a tongue.
    In general, even with a computer, the language is needed. So in our age it is simply a shame not to know English. Especially if you're under 35.
    1. Snail N9
      Snail N9 20 August 2020 14: 17
      0
      By the way, this is a very correct remark, and one that has very serious consequences ... As my communication experience shows, those who do not know English "get sick" with so-called patriotism, all those who know it at a sufficient level (EF not less than 10) are absolutely patriotic. they are not concerned and believe that beyond the cordon the chances are incomparably greater in terms of building their own future, and in Russia, with its "kinship-godfather" economy, there is absolutely nothing to "catch" ...
      1. Fibrizio
        Fibrizio 20 August 2020 14: 34
        0
        This is certainly an exaggeration. I have acquaintances from "hunting" who work in cool foreign companies and know the language well. No one is in a hurry over the hillock, even as a rotation.
        Part gives the following explanation: here on 9 thousand dollars a month you can live very well, over the hill, in London, for example, for 15 thousand, you won't even allow yourself close to that, so it’s better here than there. =) Yes, and on the hunt in Russia, you can do something that Europeans will die of envy or indignation. So here life is cheaper and the air is freer in the sense of non-compliance with laws.

        So the issue of migration is often not always relevant for Moscow.


        But I understand what you mean. I have a father-in-law with a mother-in-law from Krasnodar all their lives there at sea and have a rest. And the prices there, by the way, are not wasteful, so that you can drive 350 km in a wheelbarrow and enjoy a freebie. Not cheap. I persuade them all to go to Turkey, they say the grandmas are the same, the service is heaven and earth. I had a rest there with them once, honestly, you can compare a buffet and a restaurant of average quality, the differences are similar.
        But they don't want to. I don’t want to, I won’t, it is good in Krasnodar.
        So if you eat horseradish or radish all your life, or watch our TV, you will really crucify people for the Latin alphabet.
        1. Snail N9
          Snail N9 20 August 2020 14: 46
          0
          I would not say ... For example, the acquaintances of my children, those who really study, just want to immigrate, because they believe that in terms of the FUTURE beyond the cordon is more promising. In Russia, you can, of course, get into the jet by getting a good job in a Western company, but this is so shaky and not promising ... A Russian passport slows down a lot. You yourself can, for example, climb out of your skin and earn something there, but children and so on ... In addition, sanctions are only for the Kremlin like "so", and for "good" (in words), but for economy is serious and working in Russia, even for a foreign company, you can fall under their influence, with all the ensuing consequences. Yes, you can still work as a freelancer and live in Russia, but again, the FUTURE ... even in terms of moving around the world with a Russian passport ... wink And about "hunting" ... a modern European is cunning, two-faced, but not bloodthirsty ... killing creatures, for the sake of pleasure, is nowhere generally welcomed ...
          1. Fibrizio
            Fibrizio 20 August 2020 14: 48
            0
            And, well, they compared, my comrades are 40+, they are not students and are used to driving around the leased lines, roadsides and shuffling the Red Book animals wassat wassat wassat ... There is no such thing. Rather, the attendants are not enough.
  • Dargavs
    Dargavs 20 August 2020 11: 13
    0
    Quote: Herrr
    Most of all, such a thing is currently needed in cardiology (service life - about half a century)

    If it meets safety standards, then at the age of 50, put one on a pacemaker and up to a hundred you can continue an active life. God grant that!
  • iouris
    iouris 20 August 2020 11: 48
    0
    1) For the broad readership, it was necessary to decipher the abbreviation NUST MISIS.
    2) Not a "battery", but a power source.
    3) Not scientists, but technologists.
    By the way, the United States is a great power largely thanks to technologists.
  • Knell wardenheart
    Knell wardenheart 20 August 2020 12: 07
    +1
    It's a pity that at least some of the characteristics / approximate price of the product were not announced.
  • senima56
    senima56 20 August 2020 14: 32
    +1
    Congratulations to the developers! drinks Well done! drinks I really hope that this OUR invention will be produced by US in Russia! good
    And that often happens: they were invented in Russia, but they produce and profit in China! negative
  • Charik
    Charik 20 August 2020 19: 37
    -1
    and what? when in masses-years after 50
  • ficus2003
    ficus2003 21 August 2020 10: 02
    0
    And what is such a battery for? For some spy gadgets?
  • Maks1995
    Maks1995 21 August 2020 14: 47
    0
    They all write correctly.
    Russian scientists have created an "atomic battery", but with inscriptions on the foreign.
    Could write at least 3x, Russian, English and Chinese.

    How much will it cost? Millions 7 were written somewhere as the minimum bar for old models.
  • Kintim
    Kintim 24 August 2020 13: 16
    0
    June 04, 2012 - City Labs company website.
    The company has released a tritium-based beta-voltaic power supply. The same words about work for 20+ years and use in microelectronics and under harsh conditions. Interesting.
    The company is registered in the USA, Miami.