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Ampere's main contributions was in the field of electricity and magnetism. His theory is called electrodynamics. The unit for current "Ampere" is named after him.
Ampere deduced that if a wire with a current exerted a magnetic force on a compass needle, two such wires also should interact magnetically.
Ampere went on with his inquiries and discovered that the force between two long straight parallel currents was inversely proportional to the distance between them and proportional to the intensity of the current flowing in each.
Those experiments led Ampere to formulate his famous law of electromagnetism, called after him Amperes law.
Andre-Marie Ampere was a French Physicist who found and named the science of electrodynamics, now known as electromagnetism.
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