Nanotechnology Applied To produce a Quantum Chamber

My energy system work with slices of silicon thinner than 200 microns. The slices are overlapping in a specific distance. This allows the electrons to jump from the orbit of one slice to another. In this moment a voltage of 0,7 volts is generated and is kept by the third silicon slice over this second one. Once the slices are so thin is possible to make a stack that will multiply this small voltage at a level that will output energy enough for each application. Our calculations show that with a 95cm3 of a quantum chamber can generate 4,191 watts.

After 8 seconds of external energy the process of jumping electrons becomes stable and can endure as long as the silicon slices endure, or in other words up to 30 years. Today is possible to build this silicon slices during 30 years and up. So this is the base to my system works for up to 30 years. After 30 years the silicon becomes to decrease in efficiency but the energy will continue to be generated for a long time. This decrease percentage is around 0,9% per year. So the generator will not stop, but will continue to generate energy with a little less power each year.

I use a solar panel to get energy from the sun for only 8 seconds, during this time inside the box the arrangement of silicon slices capture the electrons and the process goes on. I could use any other source of energy to start my quantum generator, but solar panels are the most convenient one. This is a simple approach.. I hope this be sufficient for now.

Jaime Bonfante