Sounds like it would be perfect for Mills low voltage high amp applications.

--On Tuesday, November 28, 2017 11:55 AM -0800 JonesBeene <jone...@pacbell.net> wrote:




Years ago, many of us on Vortex followed the unfolding story of EEStor.
Another bummer.



The made amazing claims for Ultracapitors that were better than the best
lithium batteries in every respect.

Then they crashed and burned… although they are apparently still in
business.



Their BaTiO dielectric has achieved third-party certification of
dielectric constant (K) of 16,000 at 500 volts.



That should blow away Elon's lithium design but would probably be best
suited to work in tandem – the so-called Batt-Cap.



The one below has K of 25,000,000,000 !!!!  but … catch-22, that
number is at 1 V.



In theory but not in practice one could wire 500 of them in series, and
beat the socks off EEStor, but… there are problems with that approach.

I will save the details for another occasion.



You may recognize the name of the author if you have followed the field
of fractional hydrogen:



Superdielectric Materials Composed of NaCl, H2O and

Porous Alumina



By Jonathan Phillips

Prof. Physics

Naval Postgraduate School

Monterey, CA 93950





CONCLUSION- The most significant finding of the present study is
empirical: a

pH neutral aqueous solution of NaCl in a porous alumina constitutes a
super dielectric

material. Moreover, the dielectric constant was a function of salt
concentration, reaching

a maximum value, at nearly one volt, of greater than 2.5 1010 (25
billion), establishing

that super dielectrics have dielectric constants orders of magnitude
greater than any

previously observed. This suggests that super dielectric materials, as
per earlier

suggestion, are a broad class of materials: porous, non-conductive
materials saturated

with ion-containing liquids.




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