Who invented the first electric motor?

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The first direct current electric motor, which was used to turn machinery, was invented by William Sturgeon in 1832. The commercial version, of this motor, was patented by Emily and Thomas Davenport in 1837.
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The first electric motor was invented by a British scientist William Sturgeon in 1832. It was a commutator type direct current electric motor.
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William Sturgeon.
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The honor of inventing and patenting the 1st electric motor went to Vermont
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Gramme thought that he had created a generator of electricity. He did not expect that, Hippolyte Fontaine, his partner, would erroneously hook up the dynamo prototype to another dynamo
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