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'''This article is a stub. Please help expand the article by using the edit tab.''' [[Image:Faraday.jpg|thumb|center|Michael Faraday]] In 1821, in London, [[Michael Faraday|Michael Faraday]] demonstrated the first simple electric motor, a wire carrying a current rotating around a fixed electromagnet. He successfully applied the newly discovered phenomenon of electromagnetism and would go on to invent the generator and the transformer.
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In 1821, in London, [[Michael Faraday|Michael Faraday]] demonstrated the first simple electric motor, a wire carrying a current rotating around a fixed electromagnet. He successfully applied the newly discovered phenomenon of electromagnetism and would go on to invent the generator and the transformer.
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Michael Faraday
Michael Faraday

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In 1821, in London, Michael Faraday demonstrated the first simple electric motor, a wire carrying a current rotating around a fixed electromagnet. He successfully applied the newly discovered phenomenon of electromagnetism and would go on to invent the generator and the transformer.