Stirling Westrup writes:
> The above reminds me of a question I've been meaning to put to the list. What
> is the highest density chemical energy storage that is currently known? Is the
Homogenous or heterogenous? Homogenous systems are obviously plagued
by stability problems.
> answer different if we look at joules per mililiter instead of per gram? What
> are the theoretical maximums for normal matter? I've been trying to project
You might do something funky with recombining atomic hydrogen
(stabilized in liquid He?), which would go one order of magnitude
beyond of what you can do with chemistry.
> chemical storage systems forward to a time when we can nano-construct the
> molecules if necessary, but I haven't got the right background to make an
This also could be pretty dense: http://www.rhombic.com/nuclearbattery.html
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