A team of scientists from the University of Alberta and the University of Toronto in Canada has devised a blueprint for a “quantum battery” that will never run out of power. Rather, the battery doesn’t exist yet. But the drawings already exist, and if they come up with a way to make it, it could be a revolutionary breakthrough in energy storage.
“The more familiar batteries, such as lithium-ion batteries that power smartphones, rely on classical electrochemical principles, while quantum batteries rely entirely on quantum mechanics,” Gabriel Hanna, a chemist at the University of Alberta, wrote in the paper.
The study, published in Journal of Physical Chemistry C., works by using “stimulus energy,” a phenomenon caused by electrons absorbing enough energy-filled photons. But the team’s experiments are at a bottleneck.
In recent years, “quantum mechanics” has become a hot topic, because of its complexity and fun characteristics, not only has become a hot topic of discussion after tea, but also become a means of many people’s abduction, jokingly called “in case of indecision, quantum mechanics.” Not long ago, a reading method called Quantum Volatility Speed Reading was hot, using it to read a 100,000-word book in 1-5 minutes. Beijing, Shanghai, Hangzhou and other places have also appeared in the relevant tutoring classes, many people spend tens of thousands of yuan to learn. In addition, there is the theory that quantum mechanics treats pain.
In short, quantum mechanics is mysterious and mysterious, not non-professionals can play around, for this kind of unknown things, we ordinary people had a rational and awe-inspiring heart.