It’s a small black clamp, attached to the stem of small plants and bushes. From afar, it looks like a metallic device wrapped around the plants, but upon closer inspection, you will notice a bulb attached to its side. The bulb is see-through, and empty.
But it only looks empty. Because inside, the molecules are being compressed, stretched and rearranged into something else.
It has no name yet, but it assists the plants in its conversion of carbon dioxide to oxygen. Aside from making the process faster, it also expands the limit of carbon dioxide that the plant can take it in a day.
There aren’t any for trees, yet though. But we’re working on it.