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Mr. Burlingame is a widely known clinical author and biographer whose books contain "Machines That outfitted America". He turns right here to the natural learn of scientists who've un-covered the elemental evidence with which the inventors, in flip, have later been in a position to in attaining the amazing issues that a lot of us
often take with no consideration
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Here was the basis for the invention of every electric generator that has ever been built. He next experimented with so-called "mutual induction," finding that a current in one wire may induce a current in the opposite direction in another—even one that is several hundred feet away. By showing that a current of high potential (he called it an "intensity" current) can be induced by one of low potential (quantity), he established the laws that govern today's transformer—which "steps up" or "steps down" a current—so essential in the transmission of power and its distribution.
For him, there were more instructive things in the big city than the taverns or the theatres, and Joseph was seldom diverted from his passionate search for knowledge. The New York sight that most stirred him was an electromagnet made by William Sturgeon of England—a prized possession of one of Henry's acquaintances. Sturgeon had designed this as a scientific experiment following the work of the European scientists, Oersted and Arago, who had shown a connection between magnetism and electricity.
Incidentally, he had shown the way to an invention that would be basic for all future applications of electric power. H e now came to a phase of his investigation that may have been prompted by his poverty. In Europe, such scientists as the great Faraday, working in well-equipped laboratories, were using large, expensive galvanic batteries for their electrical experiments—batteries containing many big plates of zinc and copper. Such things were rare in Albany, and to construct them would require an outlay far beyond the young teacher's means.