Charge with the microwave
Charging with microwaves?
Yeah, IE act ally working
Here' s the gist of it
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How does it work?
Mo\ Ang past all the , the principle is quite simple, As everything
does, the chemicals inside the batteries are made up of atoms, which in turn contain
Recent studies have shown that microwaves can guide electrons into a sexify order,
which can give them unique properties.
Inside the battery, a neatly arranged electron is a happy electron, and together will every
other one, they form a positive charge via negative polarity writing (NPS), This resembles
a helix formation.
What this means is that the chemicals in the battery "' or put back into an
iritis position, which charges the battery almost instantly
tii it safe?
I Believe it or not it actually is. The
microwaves are in the UHF region, which
31 'r' d means they' re not harmful for the
muc l yea electronics.
battery can be charged via microwave.
The overload on the battery is just 31%,
Just put it in, liikee it tcr secods, which is a Mr cry from 250%, which will
arid dare esentially bum your battery to a crisp.
All devi ces? - ' sjust enough to charge it,
The fluctuations in the
UHF band make it
impossible for the
m device to burn up
Physics and Microwaves - 2004 - James Russel
The Game (of science) - 2013 - John C. Monger