Michael Faraday (1791-1867), English physicist and chemist, is born.
Humphrey Davy arrived in Paris with his wife and his assitant Michael Faraday. He received special dispensation from Napoleon to travel across France from 1813 to 1815 and with Faraday he travelled abroad investigating his theory of volcanic action.
English pysicist and chemist Michael Faraday described the dynamo principle
Michael Faraday invents the first electric motor.
Michael Faraday plotted the magnetic field around a conductor
Michael Faraday liquifies Chlorine.
Faraday discovered electromagnetic induction.
Michael Faraday observes that a moving magnet induces an electric current.
Michael Faraday discovers magnetic lines of force.
Michael Faraday invents the electric dynamo.
Michael Faraday invents the electric transformer.
Michael Faraday states his law of induction.
Faraday expounded the Laws of Electrolysis and adopted the term 'ion' for the particles belived to be responsible for carrying current.
Michael Faraday states his laws of electrolysis.
Michael Faraday develops the laws of electrolysis.
Michael Faraday discovers that light propagation in a material can be influenced by external magnetic fields.
Michael Faraday observes the rotation of polarised light by magnetism.
Michael Faraday performed experiments to find link between gravity and electromagnetism fail.
Michael Faraday, English physicist and chemist, dies in England, where he lived for all of his lifetime.