history of georg Ohm

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  • Georg Ohm born on March 16 in 1789, in Baviera, Germany
  • Oh, is a prety boy. He is going to be a great physicist.
  • In 1803, he started attending the University of Erlangen, where in 1817 he was appointed professor of mathematics and physics
  • as you can see in the graph this link is covalent
  • In 1827 he published more detailed aspects of his law
  • I'm proud of you
  •  Die galvanische Kette, mathematisch bearbeitet 
  • This is my law
  • In 1844, Claude highlight the importance of his intuitions and the following year Ohm received the Copley medal of the Royal Society of London.
  • Thanks for this award. I struggled a lot to get it, because of the rivalry between my colleagues
  • In 1849, the University of Munich awarded him the Chair of Professor of Physics and thanks to his creativity I create the law of Ohm, whose unit is called Ohmio in his honor.
  • this theory consists of the heat difference between two temperatures that depend on a power difference
  • From 1852 he focused his activity on optical studies, especially in interference phenomena. He published several books on physical subjects.
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