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After the lecture Michael sent a letter to ask if he could work for Sir Davy.
While working for Davy he learned about chemistry.
He was offered the job of Sir Davy's assistant in 1812.
One of the main beliefs that Faraday had was that electricity was an energy of a force unlike others that studied electricity. They thought it was like a liquid, like water running through a pipe.
His apprenticeship ended in 1820, but he learned a lot and continued to experiment and learn more about electricity.
One of his experiments involved reducing the pressure in a space and then lettering the water in the space evaporate which causes cooling.
This is what refrigerators do so Faraday gave us the modern fridge and freezer.
Michael Faraday also helped later scientists understand electromagnetism. And Electromagnetic induction which turns movements into electricity (kinetic electricity). This electricity is what powers our homes today.
Michael Faraday died on August 25, 1867.
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