The Great Faraday
The Discoveries of Micheal Faraday
Who is Michael Faraday ?
He was born in 1791 in and died in 1867. Faraday was a British chemist and physicist who contributed significantly to the study of electromagnetism and electrochemistry.
Michael Faraday was born on 22 September 1791 in south London In a town called Newton Butts. His family was not well off and Faraday received only a basic formal education. When he was 14, he was apprenticed to a local bookbinder and during the next seven years, educated himself by reading books on a wide range of scientific subjects. In 1812, Faraday attended four lectures given by the chemist Humphrey Davy at the Royal Institution. Faraday subsequently wrote to Davy asking for a job as his assistant. Davy turned him down but in 1813 appointed him to the job of chemical assistant at the Royal Institution.
- He Married Sarah Bernard .
- He inspired James C. Maxwell
- He was rejected a lot of times