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What applications should an already created unidirectional thermal conductor material have ?


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Scientists have created an unidirectional thermal conductor material using carbon nanotube just imagine the applications they could have like energy free fridge,air conditionner or energy free oven or water heater or an insulating home material that keep it at ideal room temperature or even coal gas fuel free thermal motor and generator for steam based car or machine ?

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As soon as this is market-viable it will face widespread usage. Probably just a better version of what we currently have, specially for tiny devices. But I can't foresee any specific usage that will massively benefit from this.

Also, it is not an energy-free device, I think you misunderstood the article. It just carries heat in a better, more controller way. To have an energy-free fridge you'd have to have it perfectly insulated, impossible at our current stage of technology.



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As soon as this is market-viable it will face widespread usage. Probably just a better version of what we currently have, specially for tiny devices. But I can't foresee any specific usage that will massively benefit from this.

Also, it is not an energy-free device, I think you misunderstood the article. It just carries heat in a better, more controller way. To have an energy-free fridge you'd have to have it perfectly insulated, impossible at our current stage of technology.

R8Z if it allow more heat in one direction than the other it can heat inside a box of it or cool ?




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