Silicon Carbine: The New Diamond Element For Advanced Technology

“The Hardest Element In The World, Can Be Used To Leap Forward In Modern Technology”

If you are one of the smart cookies from the bunch, then you probably already are aware of the fact of how the diamond element are being implemented to develop new materials that could improve the sufficiency of how we process data and communicate through the digital world. Many people believe that the digital world isn’t physical in anyway. That mere concept is actually incorrect. If you are someone that thinks that the digital world runs on its own, then you should think about how the signals of such is transmitted through thin-air-over millions of miles across the globe. It doesn’t teleport…at least not yet, nor does it magically fly’s over to its designation, although MIT Technology is working on such… 

Since the current technology existence relies on many components like processors, silicon-wafers, Nano-transmitters and CPU’s, technology titans are working on better ways to formulate the use of silicon wafers. Silicon wafers are the key element in integrated circuits. It serves as a substrate for microelectronic devices. 

But every element that the earth has provided to man-kind has a limitation, and in order to increase its capacity of such element like the silicon, alteration must be planned and foreseen to gain the next level in advancing technologies. In this post, we will be discussing how one company has innovated the diamond industry and are pushing from the use of industrial purposes, and aiming towards the technological fields of modern science. 

The hardest element in the world can be utilized to leap forward in modern technology. One of the major setbacks in advance technology is temperature. Due to high levels of electrons that flow through a circuit, can cause temperature to rise at high degrees. Too much electron flow can melt a silicon, especially if it’s made of plastic material. Silicon wafers are good source, however the circuits tend to become insufficient when too much heat is present. According to one article, it has been understood that diamonds are formed from chaotic temperatures, which suggests that diamonds has the natural ability to attain extreme level of heat, without losing its physical form. 

This incredible theory led to the production of silicon carbine. They are still under testing phases in order to make these wondrous element available for consumer use. The silicon carbine materials are mainly made from thin-synthetic diamond since it’s impossibly hard to “slice” the hardest material in the world in a paper-thin slice. The element stands to be a perfect candidate for some products like the light emitters, high temperature and high power electronics, high power microwave devices, micro-electromechanical system (MEMS) technology, and substrates. 

What Does This Mean For Our Future

So you are probably wondering, what does this mean for our future? Well, for one there will be an increasing demand in the synthetics field, especially for diamonds. As far as our technological-gadgets are concerned, we should be able to see light-bulbs with massive life span, computers processing data at the speed of light, quantum computation could be associated to silicon carbine, and improvement for electromechanical systems such as the anti-gravity machine that requires high level of magma spinning faster than the spin of earths speed, causing an anti-gravity stimulation.   

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Kenneth Bennett Atticus

Atticus Bennett: Atticus, a sports nutritionist, provides dietary advice for athletes, tips for muscle recovery, and nutrition plans to support peak performance.