What Did Michael Faraday Invent?

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Some of the inventions accredited to Michael Faraday include: electro-magnetic induction, electro-magnetic rotations, the magneto-optical effect, diamagnetism and field theory. This British scientist is also known to have invented the laws of electrolysis.
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I think that Michael Faraday invented the dynamo(electronic generator) because people needed electricity to see in the dark at night & use electronic Things. One history programs
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1821.
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he discovered elictrolisiz wen he was in the 1254 year and was like a cemist and he discoverd it in 1542.
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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 invented the electric motor and a simple Bunsen burner. His work on electrochemistry and electromagnetism laid the foundation for many areas of science. He discovered the laws of electrolysis and formed the basis of the electromagnetic field concept.
Michael Faraday was an English chemist and physicists who contributed to the fields of electromagnetism and electrochemistry. He invented the earliest Bunsen burner and electromagnet rotary devices. He also discovered electromagnetic induction and the laws of electrolysis.
He invented the electric motor. He was also known for his studies in electromagnetic induction which led to his invention of the electric motor.
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