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Pulse-Battery Technology

GEMA Sciences, Inc. is developing a Pulse Battery Technology. The technology is being developed to take electricity produced by our Hydrogen Technology or other electrical sources (solar, wind) and pulse a batteries we has shown through testing to increases overall power production. Our CTO calls it micro-fusion .

Pulsing a battery using external electricity creates an internal electrochemical reaction within the battery that generates additional power above the amount of the electrical pulse power charge, reducing heat generated which in turn inceases efficency of battery charging for the same amount of power outputted to the load. This further reduces weight and volume of batteries required to deliver the same overall power.

The batteries are being made from an inert material fully recyclable, aluminum alloy anode. This will be the first of its kind and a propriety cathode membrane developed in partnership with NASA in 2003.

GEMA’s CTO worked extensively with NASA to develop an inert safe battery for space travel that could not turn into a flammable device if it was damaged. The novel solid-state material also is benign, non-toxic and safe if damaged.

As of today, the cathode developed has a similar characteristic and chemistry profile of the NASA cathode but cost to produce it has been significantly reduced thru continued R & D development.

Other major advantages of the technology is manufacturing does not require a clean room environment, reduced complexity to the construction of electrolyte and all components. Unlike lithium which is rear and source of supply difficult to procure.

All our materials are extremely abundant and readily available throughout the world. Further reducing the capital required to produce the batteries. These lower manufacturing costs are significant lower start-up costs required for mass production and reducing barriers to entry! The technology is also able to assimilate into portions of the lithium-ion manufacturing process. This would allow for easier transition to the new battery technology while reducing resistance to a new manufacturing platform.