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He was a Russian-German-Estonian physicist most noted for formulating Lenz’s law in electrodynamics in 1833.
Lenz was born in Dorpat (now Tartu), the Governorate of Livonia, in the Russian Empire at that time. After completing his secondary education in 1820, Lenz studied chemistry and physics at the University of Dorpat. He traveled with the navigator Otto von Kotzebue on his third expedition around the world from 1823 to 1826. On the voyage Lenz studied climatic conditions Yazının devamını oku »

andre-marie-ampere2Elektromanyetizmayı ilk bulan kişiler arasında gösterilir. Elektrik akımı birimi Amper onun adına ithafen verilmiştir.
Ampere Lyon’da doğdu. Babası ona Latince öğretmek istiyordu ancak matematiğe olan ilgisini ve yatkınlığını görünce vazgeçti. Ancak Ampere, Latincesini, Euler ve Bernoulli’nin konularını izleyip uzmanlaşacak derecede ilerletti.
1799’da Julie Carron ile evlendi. 1796’yı izleyen yıllarda Lyon’da özel matematik, kimya ve dil dersleri verdi. 1801’de bir fizik ve kimya profesörü olarak Bourg’a taşındı. Hasta eşini ve küçük oğlunu (Jean Jacques Ampère) Lyon’da bıraktı. Eşi 1804’te öldü. Aynı yıl Ampere, Lyon Lisesinde matematik profesörü oldu.

André Marie Ampère (1775-1836), French scientist, known for his important contributions to the study of electrodynamics. Ampère, the son of a Lyon city official, was born in Polémieux-au-Mont-d’Or, near Lyon. The ampere, the unit of electric current, is named after him. His electrodynamic theory and his views on the relationship of electricity and magnetism were published in his Recueil d’observations électrodynamiques (Collection of Observations on Electrodynamics, 1822) and in his Théorie des phénomènes électrodynamiques (Theory of Electrodynamic Phenomena, 1826). Ampère invented the astatic needle, which made possible the modern astatic galvanometer (see Electric Meters). He was the first to show that two parallel conductors carrying currents traveling in the same direction attract each other and, if traveling in opposite directions, repel each other. Yazının devamını oku »