What did Michael Faraday discover?

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Michael Faraday is accredited for having invented the electric motor and the laws of electrolysis. He is best known for having made discoveries in the field of electromagnetic induction. His discoveries led to the development of electric generators.
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Michael Faraday is best known for his pioneering contributions to the fields of electromagnetism and electrochemistry, including the discoveries of electromagnetic induction, diamagnetism and laws of electrolysis.
His invention of electromagnetic rotary devices allowed electricity to become a viable option for use in technology.
Michael Faraday was a physicist and a chemist in the 1800's. He is credited with discovering benzene, designing an early Bunsen burner, and designing the system of oxidation numbers.
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Michael Faraday discovered electrical induction. He studied chlorine, discovered two new chlorides of carbon and also made the first rough experiments on the diffusion ...
Some of the inventions accredited to Michael Faraday include: electro-magnetic induction, electro-magnetic rotations, the magneto-optical effect, diamagnetism ...
Michael Faraday died in 1867, on August 25th, in Hampton Court, London, England. He was buried at the Highgate Cemetery West, in London, England. ...
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