Tiny 'nuclear batteries' unveiled

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Fri, Oct 9th, 2009 13:46 by capnasty NEWS

Researchers have demonstrated a penny-sized "nuclear battery" that produces energy from the decay of radioisotopes. Nuclear batteries are an attractive proposition for many applications because the isotopes that power them can provide a useful amount of current for phenomenally long times -- up to hundreds of years or more.

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