Nanotube circuits self-assembled and powered at a distance via “Teslaphoresis”
16Apr

Using a phenomenon dubbed

Using a powerful electric force emitted by a Tesla coil, scientists at Rice University have made carbon nanotubes self-assemble to form a circuit linking two LEDs and then used the energy from that same field to power them. According to the researchers, the manipulation of matter on this scale has never before been observed and they’ve dubbed this phenomenon of remotely moving and assembling the nanotubes “Teslaphoresis.”

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