Senryu: EMI



Cross the lines of force
Disrupt the magnetic field
Generate current


August 29th, 1931: Michael Faraday Discovers Electromagnetic Induction.

Michael Faraday experimentally demonstrated that a changing magnetic field can induce a voltage in a conductor. The discovery of electromagnetic induction helped in the creation of electric generators, transformers, and even induction cook tops.
An English scientist, Faraday was a prolific researcher and inventor. In addition to discovering electromagnetic induction, he also discovered Benzene and electrolysis.
The farad, an International System of Units (SI) measurement of a capacitance – the ability of an object to hold an electric charge was named after Faraday.


Source: timeanddate.com

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