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GEORGE  SIMON  OHM<br />Known his research on electrical currents.   <br />Study the relation between :<br /><ul><li>the i...
 its voltage
and resistance.</li></ul>In 1827 formulated the law that bears his name: Ohm'sLaw<br />German physicist and mathematician,...
WILLIAM  GILBERT<br />Pioneered the experimental study of magnetic phenomena.<br />Receive credit for being the first “fat...
magnetic pole
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  1. 1. GEORGE SIMON OHM<br />Known his research on electrical currents.   <br />Study the relation between :<br /><ul><li>the intensity of an electric current,
  2. 2. its voltage
  3. 3. and resistance.</li></ul>In 1827 formulated the law that bears his name: Ohm'sLaw<br />German physicist and mathematician, was <br /> born on March 16, 1789 in Erlangen, Bavaria.<br />
  4. 4. WILLIAM GILBERT<br />Pioneered the experimental study of magnetic phenomena.<br />Receive credit for being the first “father of electricity and magnetism”.<br />First person to use the terms:<br /><ul><li>electric force
  5. 5. magnetic pole
  6. 6. electric attraction. </li></ul>first to explain the operation of the magnetic compass.<br />English scientist and physician, was born <br /> on May 24, 1544 in Colchester, England<br />
  7. 7. Joseph Henry<br />His experimental work in chemistry, electricity, and magnetism reflected only a small portion of his broad scientific interest.<br />Discovered the phenomenon of self-inductance.<br />He invented a galvanometer and theelectric motor.<br />The unit of inductance, called ``henry,'' immortalizes his name.<br />American physicistand scientificadministrator, was<br />bornonDecember 17, 1797 in Albany, New York. <br />
  8. 8. Charles Augustin de Coulomb<br />known for the formulation of Coulomb`s Law.<br />Coulomb is distinguished in the history alike of mechanics and of electricity and magnetism. <br />Studyonfriction<br />Coulombic force is one of the principal forces involved in atomic reactions.<br />The coulomb, a unit of electric charge, was named in his honour.<br />French physicist, was born on June 14, 1736 in <br />Angouleme, France.<br />
  9. 9. Michael faraday<br />Studiedelectromagnetism and electrochemistry.<br />Discoveredelectromagneticinduction<br />studied on electrolysis and discovered two fundamental laws that bear his name: Ley de Faraday:<br />Mass = electrochemical equivalent, by the intensity and time (m = cIt).<br />Farad (F): unit of electrical capacity of SI units.<br />English chemist, natural philosopher and physicist , <br /> was born on August 25, 1867 in London, England<br />

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