Teslaphoresis | Self-Assembly of nanotubes using an electric field

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Scientists in 2016 were excited to share how for years they’ve been able to get graphene nanotechnology to self-assemble remotely using an electric field.

Post First Published: Jun 1, 2022 | Last Updated: Dec 20, 2022

15 Apr 2016 Nanotubes assemble Rice introduces Teslaphoresis

Paul Cherukuri – Adjunct Assistant Professor of Chemistry:
“What we’ve designed, and we’ve done this very quietly, but we’re glad to now release it to the world is this idea of TESLAPHORESIS, which is a discovery we made several years ago, and we’ve been developing it.”

The simplest way to understand TESLAPHORESIS is self-assembly at a distance. Long-distance assembly of materials.

And what we did was – because we’re at RICE, we had plenty of Nanotubes around, so we decided to use nanotubes, and what we discovered was that these Nanotubes can actually string together and form wires by themselves under this electric field.

Carter Kittrel – Rice University Research Scientist:
When you normally build circuits, you have to have physical contact – now we’re talking about building circuits without actually touching them

Paul Cherukuri – Adjunct Assistant Professor of Chemistry:
I realized that a Tesla Coil could actually do this if you designed it in a way to create a very strong force-field in front of them, and so that was the engineering aspect of it, and once I designed the machine then all sorts of discoveries started falling out of it.

Lindsey Bornhoeft – Graduate Student at Tesax A&M University:
There are just so many avenues to TESLAPHORESIS, so many things that you can do with it – not just making conductive wires, but taking it in so many different places, not only just biomedical engineering but taking it into different industries like silicon chips or exploring different conductive materials.

Carter Kittrel – Rice University Research Scientist:
This also ties in just generally in nanotechnology, that self-assembly is very big. If you can get things to build themselves just as in biology we build ourselves“.

Pfizer (Do you think this is could be Teslaphoresis?)


Just saw a new video (20th Dec 2022) in the La Quinta Columna TV Telegram channel with a short video with the text “More from Pfizer, yesterday afternoon. X100 and zoom cam. 2.0 to 7.5 #graphene”

And it reminded me of Rice University’s 2016 Teslaphoresis video.

I contacted the person who recorded it (both of us using Google Translate I think and both in different time zones) and he seemed to believe it was Teslaphoresis too.

What do you think? Nothing alike or do you think it could be of related technology? Any way we could ever know for sure?

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