Alfred Nobels Invention of Dynamite
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Alfred Nobels Life Before Invention
Alfred Nobel was born on October 21st of 1833, the fourth son to Immanuel and Carolina Andriette Nobel. His father was an engineer and inventor, leading to Alfreds interest in engineering, especially in explosives, at such an early age. When Immanuel moved to the city and became successful with his inventions of plywood and the start of torpedoes, he moved his family to Saint Petersburg with him. Alfred began private tutoring sessions and schooling at the 'Jacobs Apologistic School' in Stockholm. When he became older, he began accompanying and studying under Nikolai Zinin, a chemist. He later moved to Paris to indulge himself in his studies and work of chemistry, and eventually the United States.
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