A new method for building nuclear reactors has been described by a team of scientists.
The article describes how to use the Bohring-amphiben model of nuclear reactions, which is based on the physics of superconductivity, to build superconducting circuits using an atomic model.
The new method uses a “dummy” component that is in a vacuum.
This means that when the component is moved through a vacuum it is completely inactive, and when the vacuum is re-filled with an external charge, the component begins to react.
The system, which works by using a laser to emit a charge of energy into the vacuum, can produce an atom.
The device was built using a special version of the Bohre-amphuber-Nebula (BAN) model, which describes the atom’s behaviour as it interacts with an electron.
The team says that the device can generate a superconductor by using this same principle.
It is not yet clear how it could work in a superconductive material, but the team thinks that it could be used to build better superconductors.
The researchers hope to build their first device by the end of the year.
The method was published in the journal Nature Materials.