Energy costs for cooling typically exceed those for heating, but the energy revenue gains from both processes currently require special attention. In search of an earlier American alternative to the Berkeley research, new types of refrigerants were explored. One of the curious experimental technologies is called “ionocaloric cooling”.
In refrigerators of older structures, the refrigerants act as substances with suitable liquid-vapor transition parameters, where the temperature that occurs when the liquid turns into vapor is absorbed. The new refrigerant turns into a solid state, floats to a liquid, and also absorbs heat from outside. Then it is again catalyzed and ready for further work – the general principle, and with it the design of the holodyasyanikar.
An innovative property was the salt of iodine and sodium, to which an ethylene carbonate solvent was added. To start switching, it is enough to apply a voltage of only 0.22 V to it, so that it arrives with c with c with s. When the ions are removed, the system stabilizes and gives off heat back to production. Interest in changes in the temperature drop, which reaches 25 degrees Celsius. At the moment this is a record show installation.
Source: Tech Cult