It turns out phones can already fill regular sugar
While some scientists from Massachusetskogo Institute of technology (MIT) are looking for a way to reorganize the road after complete removal of traffic lights, another group of researchers from a prestigious University are studying the possibility to create more advanced batteries for future mobile devices.
One of test theories, which enjoys some success, is battery powered using regular sugar. The goal is to be as mobile as you are, this system of power is much steeper than the modern "vintage" batteries. Still, don`t expect that in the near future you will be able to recharge your iPhone with a piece of sugar.
MIT used the sugar to heat the carbon nanotubes, for the engine power. The result was several unique received a prototype battery, which produces almost the same power as the batteries used in modern electronics.
In "FastCoExist" confirm that the battery is "Thermopower Wave (TPW)" uses sugar to heat, the heat from the movement of coolant in the nano tubes converts them into an electric current.
Yet "TPW" battery used only to power the led lighting, but this may change in the future. If this technology developed, it can replace the current batteries. It will hold a charge indefinitely and will not leave you with a dead device alone is not a good thing at the time. Sugar can be used only when necessary, which is one of the benefits of this technology.
Probably the main problem would be a continuing need in the Sahara, when the battery is exhausted, but alas this will not happen:)
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