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In 1813, he got a job as a laboratory assistant at the Royal Institution. Then in 1813-1815, Faraday went to France, Switzerland, and Italy with Humphrey Davy.
On June 12, 1821, Faraday married Sarah Barnard but did not have any children.
In the same year, Faraday discovered Electromagnetic Rotation.
In 1825, Fraday was made director of the laboratory at the Royal Institution. He was also an accomplished chemist and isolated Benzene.
In 1830, Faraday became professor of chemistry at the Royal Military Academy in Woolwich.
On 1831, Faraday discovered electromagnetic induction, the principple behind the electricity generator. He died on Aug 25, 1867 as one of the known scientists to have contributed to the development of Science.
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