In 1800 as the result of a professional disagreement over the galvanic response advocated by Galvani, he invented the voltaic pile, an early electric battery, which produced a steady electric current.
The battery made by Volta is credited as the first electrochemical cell.
A year later, he improved and popularized the electrophorus, a device that produced static electricity.
was a German physicist and mathematician
André-Marie Ampère was a French physicist and mathematician
A German chemist who developed the Bunsen Burner.
Was a British scientist who made significant contributions to the fields of electrochemistry electro-magnetism.
Alexandre Brongniart was a French chemist, mineralogist, and zoologist, who collaborated with Georges Cuvier on a study of the geology of the region around Paris
Is a country located in Southern Europe and is part of the European Union.
Alexander Graham Bell was an eminent scientist, inventor, engineer and innovator who is credited with inventing the first practical telephone
was a German inventor and industrialist.
An Italian inventor and electrical engineer.