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Michael Faraday was born in Newington, Surrey(Southern London) on September 22, 1791. He was raised in a poor family and had only received basic schooling when he was young at a Sunday school.
This is the fifth time we've done this...today...
Alright, let's go over this problem one more time...
2 + 2 = ?
Faraday was apprenticed by a bookseller/book binder when he was 14, and he began to read several of the scientific books available during the seven years he had that apprenticeship.
Where was any of this during my lessons?
Faraday then attended a lecture held by British chemist Humphry Davy when he was 20, eventually leading Davy to hire Faraday as his assistant at the Royal Institute of Great Britain.
After all this effort, it would be a crime to not hire you!
That's ridiculous! Next you'll say that polarized light is affected by...by magnetic fields, of all things!
Hm...even if I move this conductor and leave the battery unmoved, or vice versa, a current is still produced!
Faraday's work with Davy not only provided him with a complete understanding of chemistry during that period, but allowed him to make incredibly significant scientific discoveries, such as what would become known as the magneto-optical effect and electromagnetic induction.
It's.. it's all the same! The amount of chemicals left after a current passes through...the decomposition of the chemicals...it's all proportional!
He's finally lost it...
Faraday's scientific influence doesn't stop there! Faraday was also responsible for developing the concept of electrolysis, discovering benzine and establishing his own law of induction!
Michael Faraday died on August 25, 1867, after a few years of being unable to truly make any signifcant breakthroughs. Despite these few years of little scientific success, Faraday's previous breakthroughs are still incredibly significant to this day! His contributions to our current understanding of electricity make him worthy of the title, "the Father of Electrical Engineering"!