British media have reported that scientists made a major discovery - the conversion from radio signals to electricity. Popularly speaking, this is power generation via WiFi! We may see battery-free phones and battery-free laptops in the future.
MoS2 is one of the thinnest and newest semiconductors. It has diamagnetic properties, semiconductor, and can work as a linear semiconductor or P-type or an N-type semiconductor.
According to the British "Daily Mail", scientists in the United States developed a device which can provide battery-free power for smart phones, laptop computers, and wearable technologies - "silicon diode antenna".
In fact, according to the report, all antennas have the ability to generate electricity. However the amount is very small. A silicon rectifier diode produced about 40 microwatts in this study when exposed with a WiFi signal that was approximately 150 microwatts. These lights, according to experts are sufficient to light the display of a phone or activate its chip.
But electronic enthusiasts need to know that electricity from radio waves is in the form high-frequency alternating current. This current needs to be converted by a rectifying filtering device into direct current to be used. Molybdenum Disulfide is a semiconductor that plays an important role in the silicon diode antenna.
Is this molybdenum sulfide, then? In reality, graphite is a material that everyone knows. Molybdenum diulfide also has hexagonal layers, like graphite. Molybdenum diulfide is a new material with a two-dimensional structure. It's one of the world's thinnest semiconductors. It is a semiconductor and photoelectric, diamagnetic material that can be used to make a linear photoconductor. Can work. This means that it can be used in the manufacture of silicon rectifier Diode antennas.
The molybdenum diulfide field is a hotbed of interest both in and outside of China. why? MoS2 has been the most widely used solid metal lubricant in the past because it is smooth and recognized as one of the best solid metal lubricants. Since the mid-19th-century, molybdenum diulfide is used as a lubricant in carriage bearings. A Chinese lubricant firm developed a molybdenum-disulfide-nano-lubricant in December 2015. China is now the third country with this technology, after the United States of America and Germany.
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