Georg Simon Ohm was a German physicist who was born in Bavaria in 1789 in a Protestant family.
His father was a blacksmith and while studying at the university Georg was helping his.
Come on son, for tomorrow we will have it ready.
I hope it's for tomorrow.
In 1803 he began attending the University of Erlangen, where he made rapid progress.
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In 1827 he published more detailed aspects of his law in an article entitled Die galvanische Kette, mathematisch bearbeitet which received such a cold reception that prompted him to present his resignation from the Jesuit school. Finally, in 1833 he accepted a position at the Polytechnic School of Nuremberg.
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In 1844, Claude Pouillet stressed the importance of his intuitions and the following year Ohm received the Copley medal from the Royal Society of London.
In the name of the whole nation, I give you this medal; for your great contribution to science in all these years.
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In 1849 he was conferred the physics chair of Munich, where he was also an adviser of the Telegraph administration. In honor of its work, the Electrical resistance Unit of the international system bears its name (ohm).