In California, a team of physicists has created a portable mini-cooler measuring 100 nanometers. This invention immediately received the name of the smallest refrigerator in the world from buyers.
The creators have no doubt that the device will find application in various areas of life, including medicine. For its creation, bismuth telluride and antimony-bismuth were used, and a system of semiconductors and conductors was applied. They can heat up quickly when energized and also cool down quickly. Scientists note that this is the smallest device, but it works quite efficiently and may be more useful in the kitchen than a refrigerator.
The creators propose to use the device for cooling microelectronics and other portable devices and have no doubt that this mini-equipment will definitely find its consumer.